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    US officials: Our troops will remain in Iraq indefinitely

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    US officials: Our troops will remain in Iraq indefinitely Empty US officials: Our troops will remain in Iraq indefinitely

    Post by Rocky Sat 24 Feb 2018, 2:31 am


    US officials: Our troops will remain in Iraq indefinitely

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    US officials said on Saturday that their troops would remain in Iraq and Syria "indefinitely" while refusing to provide any "legal argument" to justify their presence.
    "American forces will remain in Syria and Iraq indefinitely to prevent this and to prevent their fighter scenario on American soil," the newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat quoted US officials as saying.
    "We are not looking for an argument to fight the government of Syria, or the forces that Iran supports in Syria," wrote Mary Waters, assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs. But at the same time, we will not hesitate to use the necessary and appropriate force to protect our forces there, the coalition forces and the coalition forces that work with us to defeat (Al-Qaeda) and to reduce the influence of al-Qaeda, "he said.
    Jack Goldsmith, a professor of law at Harvard University who was a legal adviser to the Bush administration's Justice Department, said President Trump's insistence on a legal argument to keep US forces in Iraq and Syria " A weak argument over a weak argument. "
    President Donald Trump told congressional leaders from both parties that he did not need Congressional authorization to keep US troops in areas in the Middle East, US news sources reported on Friday. Ending / 25

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