On Sunday, the White House announced that U.S. troops would be pulled out of Syria ahead of an expected invasion by Turkey, fulfilling one of Trump’s campaign promises to get us out of ridiculous wars.
Of course, Trump’s decision to withdraw our troops from Syria – at long last – was met with much criticism by Washington war hawks, Hillary Clinton included.
As always, you can leave it to Hillary, who is still salty from her loss back in ’16, to attack Trump with outlandish claims, such as that he “betrayed his oath of office” for keeping his committment to getting our soldiers out of excessive wars.
And, as always, it’s really ironic coming from Killary!
Here’s what she said on Twitter in response to Trump pulling our troops out of Syria:
President Trump had previously taken to Twitter to explain exactly why he decided to pull our soldiers out of Syria ahead of the Turkish operative:
Does that sound like betrayal to you?
It's certainly not the definition in my book!
On the other hand...Hillary might just fit the definition!
These folks turned the tables on Crooked Hillary's claim that Trump betrayed his allies:
The Hill has more on Hillary Clinton's hypocritical, to say the least, claim that Trump betrayed his oath of office and allies:
Hillary Clinton on Monday slammed the Trump administration's decision to pull U.S. troops out of northern Syria.
"Let us be clear: The president has sided with authoritarian leaders of Turkey and Russia over our loyal allies and America’s own interests," Clinton, a former secretary of State and senator and President Trump's Democratic rival in 2016, tweeted.
"His decision is a sickening betrayal both of the Kurds and his oath of office."
Let us be clear: The president has sided with authoritarian leaders of Turkey and Russia over our loyal allies and America’s own interests. His decision is a sickening betrayal both of the Kurds and his oath of office.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 7, 2019
The White House said late Sunday that U.S. troops would be pulled from the region ahead of a military operation Turkey would soon be launching.
The Washington Times added:
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that President Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northeastern Syria is a “sickening betrayal” of our allies.
Mr. Trump is being criticized on both sides of the aisle for his decision to pull troops out of the region ahead of an expected invasion by Turkey. Critics, including former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, say the move could wipe out U.S.-allied Kurdish fighters, who were instrumental in fighting the Islamic State.