President Trump, Syria, John Bolton discussed on KDWN Programming

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A Beasley Media Group station government shutdown promise about Syria. I'm Anne Cates. The federal government shutdown continues with no agreement in sight, Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine appeared on NBC's, meet the press government shutdown, sir. Never good policy, and we had him and the Obama administration with Pat him and as President Trump's administration. They we should always get the appropriations Bill signed into law before the start of the fiscal year. So that neither side can use the threat of a shutdown or the reality of a shutdown as. A political weapon. Top Trump administration official has made a vow about Syria. President Trump's national security advisor John Bolton says the US military withdrawal from northeastern Syria is conditioned on defeating the remnants of ISIS and on Turkey, assuring the safety of Kurdish fighters allied with the United States Bolton who traveled to Israel to reassure the US. Ally of the Trump ordered withdrawal said there is no timetable for the pullout of American forces in northeastern Syria, but insisted it's not an unlimited commitment. Bolton's comments marked the first public confirmation that the drawdown has been slowed as Trump faced widespread criticism from allies and the resignation of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis for a policy that was to have been conducted within weeks. I'm Marlins Maderas. A suspect is now in custody for the drive-by shooting death of a seven-year-old girl in Houston, correspondent Caley harboring reports. The suspect had originally been described as white we've heard from the family's attorney. Any Lee Merritt who.

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