At his last news conference, President Barack Obama addressed the situation in Syria, saying there were few options “short of putting large numbers of U.S. troops on the ground uninvited, without any international law mandate, without sufficient support from Congress, at a time when we still had troops in Afghanistan and we still had troops in Iraq and we had just gone through over a decade of war.”
At his last news conference, President Barack Obama addressed the situation in Syria, saying there were few options “short of putting large numbers of U.S. troops on the ground uninvited, without any international law mandate, without sufficient support from Congress, at a time when we still had troops in Afghanistan and we still had troops in Iraq and we had just gone through over a decade of war.” Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press
At his last news conference, President Barack Obama addressed the situation in Syria, saying there were few options “short of putting large numbers of U.S. troops on the ground uninvited, without any international law mandate, without sufficient support from Congress, at a time when we still had troops in Afghanistan and we still had troops in Iraq and we had just gone through over a decade of war.” Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press

Early on, Barack Obama squandered American influence in Syria

December 26, 2016 04:00 PM