Secretary of State Pompeo in Jordan – Joint Press Availability….

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is conducting a regional visit to multiple allies and partners in the anti-ISIS campaign.  Today, Secretary Pompeo is in Jordan for discussions as the U.S. anticipates withdrawing troops from Syria.


Meanwhile, National Security Adviser John Bolton is in Turkey after announcing from Israel the U.S. will not withdraw from Syria until Turkey (NATO ally) agrees not to kill the Kurdish fighters. Turkish President Recep Erdogan said emphatically there would never be such assurances, therefore U.S. troops will never leave Syria.

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92 Responses to Secretary of State Pompeo in Jordan – Joint Press Availability….

  1. Landslide says:

    Who’s on first?!

    May God give President Trump divine wisdom to navigate this complicated web.

    Liked by 21 people

    • WSB says:

      I need an Org Chart on that one. Oh, and have a nice day!

      Liked by 2 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        The old adage about “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” doesn’t work when it comes to the death cult known as islam. I was hoping that they’d kill each other off.

        Liked by 2 people

        • WSB says:

          During my first night in Cairo, I was part of a college group who met a local man who befriended us and gave us some arriving advice for the next six weeks.

          It was obvious, he would look for tourists to buy him beer.

          As we were sitting in a beer garden, he told us he would be overseeing his daughter’s check up the next day to confirm her virginity prior to her upcoming wedding. Explained that he could have her killed if the test came out a certain way.

          I will never forget his statement, and I will never forget that Egypt never was a moslem country before being invaded by this savage theocracy.

          So be it. Glad el-Sisi has approved a new cathedral to be built in Cairo.

          May God bless all.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Mark says:

      Before you get your Pom poms out, ask if it’s a good idea for the US to prop up unelected dictators, King’s, and princes. Especially since we are borrowing from China at 4%apy to give this money away. To rich Kingdoms, and Israel. Just borrowing money, to give it away should be enough of a sign we are screwed up. Never mind who we are giving the money to, and why. Paying Jordan not to attack Israel, paying Israel for it’s protection and……and then Israel gives our money to Palestinians, so they won’t attack Israel. And we also give money to Palestinians, so they won’t attack Israel…or Jordan.

      What was that warning about NOT getting involved in foreign entanglements?

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  2. Piper77 says:

    Trump needs to go with his instinct and stop letting his advisors change his mind.

    Liked by 8 people

    • LibertyVibe says:

      I don’t believe that Trump is changing his mind. I believe Bolton is acting with impunity, and is making these claims against President Trump’s wishes. Perhaps this will be the thing that gets him fired?

      Liked by 7 people

      • Derek V says:

        Just like Tillerson. Remember when he used to say stuff adverse to what Trump had just proclaimed. PTUS doesn’t give a F what his advisers granularly say. He is his own man. He makes decisions accordingly

        Liked by 4 people

    • Heika says:

      Bolton has just been to Israel to drink from the cup of Zionist Nuttyyahoo’s bloodthirsty intentions – and to receive his ‘orders’ from his boss. The Kurds as usual are just being used as a ‘tool’. They have been left to massacre time and again by USA and are only used as a lever when it suits the war mongers to pull out, like a little toy. Pathetic.


      • DJSnyder says:

        Please stop with your anti-Semitic insinuations. 😦

        Liked by 5 people

        • Heika says:

          For Gods sake, to criticise Zionism and Bibi is NOT Anti Semitic. What is wrong with you people??.


        • smurfette says:

          Orthodox Judaism is against Zionism dogma which claims to be the old but is actually new world order too based on materialism and control.


          • Heika says:

            I appreciate your post smurfette, it outlines clearly the difference. I hope the others here read it and deepen the fine tuning of their cultural understanding. Quite frankly I dont care what religion a man/woman says they follow – no-one can hide his evil deeds behind religion or ideology. Those who think this is a good enough shield for him, are complicit in the deed – aiding and abetting it.


            • smurfette says:

              Many Christians understand the power of church to subvert if used and comprehend that Pope at the Vatican today has become nothing but a tool of deep state. Evil is very clever. It also thinks NOTHING OF USING ITS OWN PEOPLE MERCILESSLY FOR ITS OWN AGENDA. In fact, like abuse within a family, it feels safer abusing its own than others. The German Rothschilds is an example. Maybe evil is more cowardly than clever.


      • ladyfortruth says:

        Sundance & Admin, how did Heika slip through?


    • Mongoose says:

      Evidence is that Trump follows his own counsel, after listening to others as any smart CEO would do. The fact that the counselors don’t like this and resign is their problem. They are there at the President’s, what’s the saying “Pleasure!”


  3. Molly says:

    Fine to have Turkey in NATO, but why on earth is there Erdogan in Turkey?

    Liked by 3 people

  4. litlbit2 says:

    Must say never liked Bolton before, opinion has. Not changed! Bolton to old to fight but does not hesitate to send someone else to be shot! Anyone except a swamp creature or Clinton, Obamaite. How bout anyone from Soros, Bloomberg, Tom Donohue, McConnell, etc to a place the pimps do not control your longevity?

    Gotta quit picking from the swamp trough if ya want a better outcome! Surely they be at least one more Pompeo.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. magatrump says:

    Get rid of the neocon Bolton. Has to be someone more in line with MAGA than Bolton who could do the job.


    • cthulhu says:

      I like Bolton right where he is. His job is to step on toes and be brushed aside when real diplomacy is done (Pompeo). The more people set their hair on fire and run around in circles, the better he looks to me.

      Seriously, is there anyone on the planet that says, “I’m gonna shake Bolton’s hand then we’ll have a deal”? He goes out and makes speeches and pronouncements and increases agitation and strife — and who is better at this than him?


  6. Buck Turgidson says:

    Will president Trump please dump the old failed loser warmonger nutcase neocon john bolton? He is part of the swamp and has no business being anywhere near the levers of power.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Publius2016 says:

      why? Ergodan must bend the knee or no deal!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Ray Runge says:

        Last time I looked, Taydrop had no requirements of regal address to POTUS Trump. USA’s deployment of blood and treasure is not decided by delusional head of the new Caliphate.

        Give Taydrop a clear message of USA interests and the consequences for flouting those interests AND withdraw the troops.


  7. Publius2016 says:

    Middle East Peace Plan at State of the Union! Dimms must capitulate first as they have NOTHING but WORDS!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. rw says:

    i believe the trumps syria conversation erdogan was a ploy to dump mattis


  9. gawntrail says:

    Whatever the answer to the ME problems…. less American Blood the better. I love our American Warriors more than I hate the ME savages. God knows our Warrior community has sacrificed greatly standing in the gap. Not that they are not willing and able, but we should be ashamed at asking so much.

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  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. TreeClimber says:

    Get out and leave them all to fight it out.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Artist says:

    Erdogan is a radical islamist dictator who jailed and tortured all the reporters in Turkey other than terrorist supporting Muslim Bro’hood Khashoggi.
    Erdogan may not support the Kurds but his enemy Saudi Prince Mohammad bin Salman has promised to do just that.

    Liked by 6 people

  13. Heika says:

    Ah yes, John Bolton – right on queue to ‘save the day’ for the war machine. Who would have thunk it? Why am I not surprised?

    Liked by 1 person

  14. tdaly14 says:

    President Trump, Bolton, said the news media were spewing FakeNews again. Our troops are coming home. Tucker had a National Security Advisor on his show last night speaking to this exact issue.


  15. mikeyboo says:

    Erdogan is an enemy of the US and the West. Turkey should never have been permitted to join NATO. The US should be creating a military plan that does not rely on Turkey.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Petrel says:

      The US invited Turkey to join NATO when that country was secularist and controlled Soviet Navy access to the Mediterranean, from the Black Sea through the Dardanelles. Time has moved on. Nations have permanent interests, rarely permanent friends — yes, I’m looking at you Terry May and you Recep Erdogan.


  16. Heika says:

    I always enjoy this one – explains it all. In a nutshell, its a big hot mess. One which USA should keep out of. The only reason they do not is due to who actually has interests in the US military supplies. That is all. Nothing else. Nada. All of the narratives built around it from ‘protecting Israel to keeping them out before they get in’ is rubbish.


  17. JohnCarlson says:

    “Turkish President Recep Erdogan said emphatically there would never be such assurances, therefore U.S. troops will never leave Syria.”

    Isn’t it about time we kicked those genocidal $%#@! out of NATO? Although they have probably made some even better friends in the Pentagon if they are what keeps American troops in Syria forever. Now the Pentagon could make America’s southern border their top priority, or at least a priority, rather than Syria and Afghanistan and Muslims, et al, but I guess that would just be too much to ask of them for much, if any, of that $730,000,000,000 they get a year that is suppose to be for the defense of America. One would have thought it was suppose to be for the defense of America anyway. Kind of gets one to wondering just where their loyalties are.

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  18. DT2020 says:

    Can those concerned take a chill pill and relax. Trump appeared to change his mind after visiting with the troops in Iraq. I personally am not convinced he changed his mind to begin with but if he did he had a good reason. I also remind him being ADAMANT in the past that we should NEVER give hard pull put dates.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Shark24 says:

    Having spent the last 3 years working and flying (military) with our Gulf Arab partners, I trust President Trump on these issues. Ain’t easy, is messy, but President Trump is moving things in the right direction. As for the Jordanians, they are realists and you can work with them.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. andyocoregon says:

    I saw a short interview clip today when Pompeo said President Trump’s speech tonight would be “very newsworthy”. I’m betting it will be, too.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Peoria Jones says:

      Rush said that today, too. He wasn’t sure at the time who the King was, that Pompeo was visiting – but he said that Pompeo was reported to have a big grin on his face when he said it.


  21. smurfette says:

    There’s your problem, Bolton. “Turkey (NATO ally)”

    NATO is bad news since the post-Cold War era.

    NATO is the NWO military, also known as the shadow government globalist military industrial complex of which the Pentagon (or parts thereof under deep state) belongs.

    NATO is part of Agenda 21 in the western world.

    Note when you read below about Argentina, it was a repository for Third Reich capital exit from Germany so it’s no coincidence that the current Pope is ……..from Argentina.

    Journalist Paul L. Williams presents evidence suggesting the existence of “stay-behind” units in many European countries consisting of five thousand to fifteen thousand military operatives. According to the author’s research, the initial funding for these guerilla armies came from the sale of large stocks of SS morphine that had been smuggled out of Germany and Italy and of bogus British bank notes that had been produced in concentration camps by skilled counterfeiters. As the Cold War intensified, the units were used not only to ward off possible invaders, but also to thwart the rise of left-wing movements in South America and NATO-based countries by terror attacks.

    Williams argues that Operation Gladio soon gave rise to the toppling of governments, wholesale genocide, the formation of death squads, financial scandals on a grand scale, the creation of the mujahideen, an international narcotics network, and, most recently, the ascendancy of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, a Jesuit cleric with strong ties to Operation Condor (an outgrowth of Gladio in Argentina) as Pope Francis I.

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  22. pochas94 says:

    I really don’t think Trump will leave the Kurds twisting in the wind. If Erdogen attacks, that’s a deal breaker.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. @ChicagoBri says:

    If Israel was entitled to a homeland (and it was, without a doubt) then so are the Kurds.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. smurfette says:

    Everyone knows Brussels is the NWO headquarters. We are funding up to 72% of the NATO NWO military complex. How does this stop and will stopping help the Kurds?

    The world’s most powerful military alliance will convene in Brussels next week – and President Donald Trump will be pushing the 28 other NATO members to spend more money.

    “I’m going to tell NATO, ‘You gotta start paying your bills. The United States is not going to take care of everything,’ ” Trump said Thursday during a rally in Great Falls, Montana.

    In 2017, the U.S. accounted for 51.1 percent of NATO’s combined GDP and 71.7 percent of its combined defense expenditure. In short, the U.S. contributed more funds to NATO than Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and Canada combined.

    Meanwhile, the U.S. spent $685.9 billion on defense.

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  25. GB Bari says:

    Yes the ME mess is complex because of the fact that the affected countries’ political, religious and ethnic differences are not concentric nor do they necessarily align geographically or culturally. So far, no one has figured how to sort it all out.

    There are too many factions unaligned with each other (i.e., too many “sides”) for the U.S. to successfully pick one and oppose the rest. I, at least, don’t see a clear winner.

    PDJT has a practice of surrounding himself with folks of differing opinions on a problem and it’s best solutions. I trust this President more than any previous administrations to make decisions best for the U.S. in the long term.

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  26. Pyrthroes says:

    Surely Trump is right in principle and practice: A brigade-level (three regiments) on-the-ground American military presence, with consequent loss of life for nothing but a perpetual “police action”, is neither necessary nor desired.

    If Erdogan persists in his vendetta, butt him out’ve NATO and task the Sixth Fleet to blockade the Dardanelles; but let no American soldier, sailor, or Marine sacrifice a pinprick to this thug’s delusions of grandeur. To those who say, “But this abandons the field to Putin and Teheran”, we reply “They’re welcome to it.” Meantime, we’ll back the Kurds in ways that matter, and Erdogan can point his Janissaries elsewhere.


  27. Don Krause says:

    This action by Bolton certainly creates the appearance that Trump can’t control his lieutenants.


  28. Mo says:

    Full Sec Pompeo Media Availabilty in Jordan Today
    Media Question and Answer Session begins abt. 7:14 via @YouTube

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Donna in Oregon says:

    It’s about oil. The Kurds have oil, we can sell them arms to protect themselves. Looks like they will have to do what Israel did, all migrate to one area and call it their own.

    Their oil proceeds can buy an Iron Dome just like Israel.

    Kurds are excellent fighters. Erdo is nerdo. He’s may not last much longer. The problem with Islamic terrorism is eventually they start killing each other off. Homicidal maniacs always do. Their shelf life is short….


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