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Trump was worried about striking Russian forces in Syria: Bolton

The former U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton has claimed that President Donald Trump was concerned about possible losses among Russian military personnel if a U.S. strike was launched against Syrian regime facilities in April of 2018.

In his memoirs about serving under Trump, Bolton described the meetings that took place in the White House after a chemical attack by the Assad regime in Syria.

Bolton said Trump was worried about accidentally hitting the Russian forces with missiles intended to target Syrian regime installations and troops.

Bolton: Trump told Netanyahu he’d back Israeli military action against Iran

In a leaked manuscript of his forthcoming book, former US National Security Adviser John Bolton said US President Donald Trump gave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the green light to attack Iran.

A Conspiracy Made in America May Have Been Spread by Russia - NY Times

Jun 16, 2020

The night of the Iowa caucuses in February, Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, logged into Twitter to find the hashtag #RobbyMookCaucusApp trending across the country. Pundits on both sides of the aisle accused him of developing a mobile app to rig the Democratic primary against Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Soon his phone was buzzing with calls from reporters demanding to know what role he had played in creating the app, a flawed vote-reporting system that delayed caucus results for days.

Obama’s legacy: Trump and the renaissance of Western fascism

With his term in office running out, Obama, who’s spent the past seven years worrying more about his “legacy” than his policies, would like to be remembered for his presidential Kodak moments – the Obamacare, the wonderful speeches, the ‘legacy deals’ with the leaders in Cuba and Iran, and of course his partnership with Putin in pursuit of “peace in our time” in Syria.

Obama’s legacy: Trump and the rebirth of fascism

With his term in office running out, Obama, who’s spent the past seven years worrying more about his “legacy” than his policies, would like to be remembered for his presidential Kodak moments – the Obamacare, the wonderful speeches, the ‘legacy deals’ with the leaders in Cuba and Iran, and of course his partnership with Putin in pursuit of “peace in our time” in Syria.