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Jan. 07, 2019
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Ambassador John Bolton took a trip to Israel over the weekend and met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu only to announce Sunday that the US will not be pulling out of Syria until certain "objectives" are achieved.
During his visit to Israel, National Security Adviser John Bolton was openly contradicting President Trump on the withdrawal from Syria, and suggested that there would be no withdrawal at all until multiple conditions were met.From The Washington Post:
Speaking during a visit to Israel, Bolton said that certain "objectives" must be achieved before a pullout could take place. "The timetable flows from the policy decisions that we need to implement."Here's from Bolton's Twitter:
President Trump told The Washington Post in late November -- in an interview the Post themselves buried -- that he wants to pull out of the Middle East entirely but Israel is "one reason" to remain.
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