Thursday briefing: Trump walks away from Kurds with Normandy jibe

Thursday briefing: Trump walks away from Kurds with Normandy jibe

10.10.2019

Thursday briefing: Trump walks away from Kurds with Normandy jibe

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So is it official, Trump is working for the Russians? Trump, the Draft Dodger, never served his own country & his treatment of Kurds is disgraceful. The Kurds have supported US, UK and western interests for more than a century. A common coward, who wouldn't serve US defence, is a coward for abandoning Kurds. He is now a war criminal

Does he still blame the Brits for burning Washington? Trump KurdsBetrayedByTrump Normandy ErdoganGenocideofKurds ErdoganRegime Erdogan Trump is unbelievably ignorant. He knows nothing of Middle East history. He is an embarrassment to the USA. Also, where were they at Waterloo? If Trump was an entree he'd be a toasted douche.

There might be a good reason the Kurds weren't at Normandy. They might have had bone spurs. He is a disgrace, nothing new though, he has been from day one. This man shows the moral bankruptcy of the US. The democrats do not have a credible leader so prepare for four more years of this crap. Trump: Worse than that, I spoke to King Kurd, and you know what- they gave me squat on the Bidens.. - Thursday briefing: Trump walks away from Kurds with Normandy jibe

realDonaldTrump can’t walk away from God’s judgment for this murder of six yr old boy today and the rest of the murders he caused by betraying g the Kurds and the atrocities that he continues to commit at our Southern border. TrumpBetrayedTheKurds TrumpGenocide

Donald Trump says Kurds ‘didn’t help us with Normandy’ – videoUS president Donald Trump defends his decision to withdraw support for Kurdish allies in Syria by saying they did not help the US during the second world war *Inside the mind of MendacityMan our cartoon president* GreatAndUnmatchableWisdom realDonaldTrump KurdsBetrayed Did they help us with ISIS? GFY!!!!

'We do get along great with the Kurds. We have to help them…Tens of thousands of Kurds died fighting ISIS. They fought with us. They died for us and with us and for themselves…they're great people…I don't forget.” — Trump, 2018 Hypocrisy Trump is a traitor period, & these are decisions he made while spending private time with Putin & other dictators

Not from Kurds. From pkk/ypg/sdf terrorist org which are listed bu usa un eu as terrorists. Usa should have done this before.

Turkey ready to send troops into Syria after Trump abandons the KurdsTanks have arrived at the Syrian border 24 hours after President Trump revealed that US forces would pull out of the area. Read more on this story here: realDonaldTrump the blood is on your hands FakeNewsMedia

Turkish troops advance into Syria as Trump washes his hands of the KurdsCivilians flee as airstrikes and artillery hit border region as Trump says about Kurds: ‘They didn’t help us in Normandy’ 'They didn't help us with Normandy.' Trump definitely has a whey with Kurds. Not right. Dear Lord, what a fiend.

Expect more policy lurches like on Syria's Kurds unless Trump is called to account | Michael H FuchsThe president took a complicated issue and made it dramatically worse by acting on impulse – making the US again look incompetent and unreliable Look how everyone is literally wanting our American men and women in uniform to go die in another meaningless war. As a combat vet I am very happy we are withdrawing troops but it isn't good enough. We need to withdraw troops from the world and watch it burn.

Trump has handed over Isis fight in Syria, Turkey says, as offensive loomsAnkara says military will cross border ‘shortly’, and claims US president gave green light, contradicting US denials quit warmongering, Guardian. He's turned a blind eye to the coming genocidal action against the Kurds, is what you meant to say. Right?

Pelosi hits back over letter and warns Trump: 'You will be held accountable'House speaker says Democrats will push ahead with inquiry and efforts to stall investigation ‘will be regarded as further evidence of obstruction’ Sure, sure. IMPEACH THAT POS ASAP! If the GOP THINKS WHAT TRUMP IS ACCUSING BIDEN OF IS SO BAD! BIDEN DIDNT BREAK ANY LAWS! BUT HOW COME THEY ARE OK WITH TRUMP DOING ALL THE CRAP HE IS DOING! IS TRUMP BLACKMAILING THE GOP? greatweet You will be held accountable. hold/held/held Now it's available on Kindle! esl english ingles books ebooks kindle KindleUnlimited

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