Henry Kissinger Says Trump Should Leave ISIS AloneChris Menahan
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Henry Kissinger says Donald Trump should not destroy the mass-murdering terrorists of ISIS in Syria because doing so may advance the interests of Iran.
Former top U.S. diplomat Henry Kissinger has warned the Trump administration that Iran should not be allowed to fill the power vacuum that will be created when the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) is defeated.The New York Times's Thomas Friedman said similar earlier this year.
"Now I despise ISIS as much as anyone," Friedman wrote in April, "but let me just toss out a different question: Should we be arming ISIS?"
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