Ron Paul: ‘Very Good’ That President Trump Is Pulling Troops Out Of Syria – OpEd


In a new interview at RT, Ron Paul, who ran for United States president three times with a pro-peace platform, commended as “very good” President Donald Trump’s decision announced on Wednesday to remove US troops from Syria. Paul further notes that the US government’s intervention in Syria has lacked “a moral or a constitutional justification.”

In addition to removing the troops, Paul emphasizes that the US withdrawal should be “complete,” which requires also terminating other means of US intervention in Syria, including by removing all Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agents and special forces, as well as by ending sanctions.

Watch Paul’s complete interview here:

This week, Paul talked more about the removing of US from Syria in the Wednesday and Thursday episodes of the Ron Paul Liberty Report.

This article was published by RonPaul Institute.

One thought on “Ron Paul: ‘Very Good’ That President Trump Is Pulling Troops Out Of Syria – OpEd

  • December 23, 2018 at 10:26 pm

    One can argue the invasions of Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria were all cynical operations which (little, it seems, though the perpetrators cared) brought immense hardship on the unfortunate locals. If so, the long term aim must be to get out. The problem is how does one do this without causing even more grief? Do the victims deserve compensation? One doubts Trump has even considered any of this.


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