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thedailysheeple.com / by Brandon Turbeville via ACTIVIST POST / JANUARY 25, 2017
After only a few days in office and a mysterious drone strike in Yemen, many are wondering just what President Donald Trump’s policy on Syria might be. After all, throughout the campaign, Trump hinted around at a stronger relationship with Russia and a realization that Assad was not only the better option but a major force for fighting terror in the region. This was clearly a good sign.
However, days after Trump has taken office, it is still unclear as to just what position Trump is going to take in regards to both Syria and Russia.
For instance, at around 8pm on January 23, reports began circulating in both the Russian and American press suggesting that Russia and the United States had just completed their first joint airstrikes against ISIS in Syria. One such report came from the Associated Press and echoed what was being reported by much of the rest of American media. It read,
The Russian military says its warplanes have flown a joint mission in Syria against the Islamic State group together with the U.S.-led coalition.
If confirmed by Washington, the
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