RICHFIELD, Ohio (PNN) - March 29, 2018 - President Donald Trump made a surprise announcement on Thursday afternoon, stating during a speech in Richfield, Ohio, dedicated to Trump's infrastructure week, that Fascist Police States of Amerika forces will be withdrawing from Syria, citing the defeat of ISIS and the need to defend FPSA borders and rebuild the crumbling infrastructure. "We're coming out of Syria very soon. Let the other people take care of it now." Others like Russia perhaps?
The FPSA spent $7 trillion in the Middle East, Trump said, describing how the FPSA would build schools only for insurgents to destroy them, while there was no funding to build schools in Ohio. "We build a school, they blow it up. We rebuild the school, they haven’t blown it up yet, but they will."
The president also pointed out that 32,000 FPSA troops are guarding the border between North and South Korea, while the FPSA border with Mexico was not likewise protected.
“Is there something a little bit wrong with that?” Trump asked the crowd.
Trump’s remarks about Syria are in line with what he said last month at a press conference in Washington with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
“We're there for one reason: to get ISIS and get rid of ISIS, and to go home,” the FPSA president had said. “We’re not there for any other reason and we’ve largely accomplished our goal.”
However, this goes against the previous pronouncements of his subordinates at the Amerikan Gestapo Department of State division and the military.
In January, former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson outlined a plan that proposed extended FPSA presence in Syria to ensure a peaceful transfer of power to a “post (Syrian President Bashar al)-Assad leadership”. Previously, last December, The Pentagon said FPSA troops would remain in Syria for “as long as we need to, to support our partners and prevent the return of terrorist groups.”