White House Releases President Trump Warning Letter to President Erdogan of Turkey – October 9th…

President Trump prefers to use targeted economic weapons instead of the U.S. military forces against foreign adversaries.  This is especially true if foreign actions are taking place amid the complex circle of geopolitical interests, against the interests of allies.

Today the White House has released a letter sent by President Trump to President Erdogan of Turkey dated October 9th.   The letter was sent two days after President Trump made the decision to pull 28 members of the U.S. military out of harms way; two days before President Trump outlined the sanctions against Turkey; and five days before President Trump initiated those sanctions through Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

The warning is clear.  President Trump is clear-eyed about the motives and intentions of the Turkish president, and Ergodan’s ideological alignment with political Islam, via The Muslim Brotherhood.

One of the reasons this strategy is better than any military action is simply because Turkey is a unique NATO ally, and the NATO alliance within Europe is insufferably incapable and unwilling to take action to defend their interests.

European NATO members want the benefits of a perpetual U.S. military presence. That EU outlook is simply beyond the limits of what President Trump is willing to do.

President Trump wants to bring our troops home.

President Trump made it clear that any action by Turkey into Syria was unilateral; there will be no assistance by the U.S. on any aspect; including if Turkey was counter-attacked by Russia/Syria or organized Kurdish forces.

Essentially, Trump left Erdogan naked to a myriad of his enemies.

The U.S. part of the NATO shield is removed. The Europeans will not evoke the NATO defense treaty without the U.S. Heck, the EU is essentially spineless without the power of the U.S. military.  Additionally, President Trump is calling out the duplicity of the entire situation by calling all of their bluffs. President Trump is calling-out: NATO, weak EU ‘allies’ and Turkey.

In essence, this White House approach is a major Gordian knot being cut. It is unlikely President Erdogan expected to have this framework made so public.

With Europe refusing to stand-up to defend their own interests, President Trump is removing U.S. forces from the untenable position of guarding all the big cat cages, ad infinitum, to keep the zoo status intact.

Instead, President Trump is going to support the Arab coalition and the GCC that has been assembling a military coalition to protect itself from the Muslim Brotherhood.

That, along with the strategic need to keep global oil prices low to offset any influence by Iran and Russia, is why President Trump is willing to support Saudi Arabia with more troops; while simultaneously withdrawing from Syria where the U.S. was having to stand alone to protect the interests of Europeans who will not protect themselves.

In one regional area the U.S. will support and defend Israel, Egypt and Jordan. In the Southern region the U.S. will support the Gulf Cooperation Council (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Yemen, Bahrain and Qatar).

Will political Islam likely have a resurgence in the region, and will Recep Erdogan rise as the head of the Ottoman Empire once again? The former is likely, the latter is unknown.

President Trump is correctly withdrawing U.S. troops from a position of adversarialism against a NATO member. Why should the U.S. protect the interests of allies who will not stand-up to protect themselves…

President Trump is correct.

President Trump will use economic weapons against Turkey…. And, in keeping with the economic doctrine, Europe is also in the cross-hairs. President Trump will use economic weapons against the EU for creating this mess, and refusing to defend themselves.

President Trump will use military weapons to protect allies that are: (A) willing to protect themselves, and (B) willing to pay for the support of the U.S. military protection.

It is really a common sense doctrine… Help those who help themselves.

This is one of those weird “be careful what you wish for” scenarios for President Erdogan, because in his lust to recreate the Ottoman Empire he just might get removed. By isolating Erdogan, President Trump effectively left him naked to an alliance of his enemies

After President Trump talked to Kurdish General Mazloum Kobani Abdi, the commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, President Trump then discussed the options available to President Erdogan. As a result of that conversation, Erdogan requested the U.S. mediate negotiations.

Erdogan’s request happened immediately after President Trump signed an executive order [See Here] triggering the sanction authority of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.


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184 Responses to White House Releases President Trump Warning Letter to President Erdogan of Turkey – October 9th…

  1. tax2much says:

    “Don’t be a tough guy. Don’t be a fool.”

    Plain speaking at it’s finest.

    Liked by 11 people

  2. fanbeav says:

    So why are so many damn uniparty democrats and RINO’s against this plan? How do they benefit? No wonder their approval in the Congress is 18%!

    Liked by 12 people

    • joeknuckles says:


      Liked by 11 people

    • sundance says:

      Liked by 18 people

      • Nigella says:

        Then vote for a war with Syria Nancy

        Liked by 1 person

        • CNN_sucks says:

          Wow. Third rate politician? Agrred, not only that Piglosi is a criminal and corrupt politicians. She is doing her wrap around smear but we can see all her lies.
          She is a sick sick woman.


      • beaujest says:

        “Steny the Warrior “ must be over the asthma that kept him out of the draft ! He is now ready to fight !


      • LafnH20 says:

        I find it difficult to comprehend how so many can believe (or attempt to make others believe) that a mere “28” Individual U.S. Military members… could possibly protect the ENTIRE COUNTRY of Syria with a Population of “17,000,000” (680,000 Syrians per 1 Individual U.S. Military member) and that their removal from said country portends it’s utter analiation at the hands of 🦃!

        It seems much easier to comprehend that someone, or a group of someones, is attempting to use those “28” Individual U.S. Military members as a means to protect their Ca$h Cow. A Ca$h Cow worth…

        Liked by 1 person

        • pigletrios says:

          Or attempting to use those “28” Individual U.S. Military members to place them in harms way for no good reason, get them killed and then push us into a bigger mess………no thanks………..I mean, get serious……….are we training? How long does that take? Are we shooting at bad guys? What’s the purpose?

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      • donny2837 says:

        Poor Steny, Nancy & Chuck. They got tricked (by their hubris) into requesting a meeting with President Trump at the White House. Commander in Chief had his head Military General at his side. Didn’t matter, Nancy went on the attack anyway. After a couple minutes President Trump called Nancy a 3rd grade politician, showed them who was Boss. , Steny, Chuck & Nancy ran away in total defeat.

        As you said in this fantastic post detailing the Syria/Turkey/Middle East/EU connections Sundance: a major Gordian knot being cut. So has the Gordian knot of the dem/media conspiracy been cut as well.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        If further proof was needed that Pelosi’s brain has turned into mash now we have it.

        – Does she care about improving our country’d infrastructure? No.
        – Does she care about reducing the price of prescription drugs? No.
        – Does she care about America’s invasion by criminlas and terrorists? No.
        – Does she care about protecting America’s companies that create jobs and contribute to the rise of our GDP? No.
        – Does she care about the USMCA trade agreement that both American workers and executives support? No.
        -Does she hate PDJT so much as to ignore all of the above, which would greatly benefit America. Yes, that’s the only thing you can be sure about this decrepit speaker of the mad-house she created.

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      • islandpalmtrees says:

        Pelosi and Schiff want the opposite because it’s bad for business. Their donors are arms merchants.


      • islandpalmtrees says:

        Side Note: War with Syria and Turkey with American involvement is a distraction from the corruption in the Ukraine for Biden, Schiff and Pelosi.

        Liked by 1 person

        • thedoc00 says:

          Its comical watching people spout off about the Industrial-Military complex and all its alleged riches. Almost like listening to democrat talking points. There are Billionaire political donors who are worth more individually then most of the Military Equipment providers in the US, even more than several of them combined.

          Is there corruption in the DoD and “Military-Industrial” complex that needs to be addressed? Yes there is. The really big money is not on the military side of the conflicts, “war is diplomacy and politics by another means”. By all means follow the money but follow the proper money trails.

          Consider that among the largest defense companies:
          Lockheed has net worth of $110 Billion (Commercial and Military)
          Boeing is worth about $120 Billion (Commercial and Military)
          Raytheon is worth about $60 Billion (Nearly all military)
          United Technologies is worth about $135 Billion (Commercial and Military)


    • Lester Smith says:

      Follow the money! Trump is bad for business.


    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Here are the 60 GOP congressmen who voted against the crazy democrat resolution.
      Brooks (AL)
      Carter (TX)
      Davidson (OH)
      Graves (GA)
      Joyce (PA)
      Kelly (MS)
      King (IA)
      Mooney (WV)
      Murphy (NC)
      Rice (SC)
      Rose, John W.
      Smith (MO)
      Weber (TX)
      They stand with President Trump and should be commended.

      Notice McCarthy, Nunez, Scalise, & Zeldin voted with the Democrats.


  3. You can’t stump our President Trump! #MAGA2020& 4EVER

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Tad says:

    This is why we vote for Mr. Trump. God bless him.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. theresanne says:

    And they’re saying President Trump gave Erdogan a “green light”?
    More Fake News!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Justin Folkwein says:

      I’m sure thAts why he released his letter. Now those stories look like every other piece of fabricated garbage coming from the MSM.

      Bravo Zulu Mr. President.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Justin Folkwein says:

      I’m sure thAts why he released his letter. Now those stories look like every other piece of fabricated garbage coming from the MSM.

      Bravo Zulu Mr. President.


  6. margarite1 says:

    Man…he didn’t mince words!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Justice Warrior says:

    He’s so brilliant! Wow!


  8. webgirlpdx says:

    Simple. To the point. I love this guy. Instead of having to wade through 4 pages of politician speak we get it straight on.
    “You don’t want to be responsible for slaughtering thousands of people and I don’t want to be responsible for destroying the Turkish economy…..and I will”.


    Liked by 16 people

  9. Dekester says:

    Utterly stunning…your President is as we all know a true genius.

    Great too that he is as tough as F**king nails, and took that ABC puppet to the woodshed.

    The most transparent President in history.

    Your Republicans better get behind him or IMO he will obliterate them.

    He just spanked Lindsay Graham in front of the whole world ( although he maybe liked it )

    Me thinks he just gave ALL the pussy RINOS a warning

    God bless PDJT

    Liked by 23 people

  10. Darrell Michael Richardson says:

    This is what true leadership looks like people. Pay attention.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. Michael Brower says:

    The Trump Doctrine: “Don’t be a tough guy. Don’t be a fool.”

    Liked by 5 people

  12. Stay tuned for why Pelosi stormed out of the White House during their meeting on Turkey.

    🤔 Did POTUS ask her to name the ENEMY she wants our U.S. Military to DEFEAT?

    🤨 Did POTUS remind her that she had the power to DECLARE WAR?

    😳 Did POTUS say he’d announce that Demo☭rats want to MAKE UNPROVOKED WAR?

    … for the first time in our nations HISTORY?

    Liked by 15 people

  13. Kerry Gimbel says:

    I think the Turks just got spanked by the very stable genius

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Next will see Nanzi Pelosi have another congressional vote condemning the president and this letter as the democrats try run US Foreign Policy out of the House. Hey, if they want to declare war on Turkey then just do it. Otherwise they can shut up and go back to work on something constructive.

    ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~

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  15. Nigella says:

    I see SanFranNan stormed out of a meeting on Syria at the WH.. Called the President some choice names….


  16. Kerry Gimbel says:

    The Democrats work on something constructive? That never happens!!!!


  17. Kerry Gimbel says:

    I have a feeling some Europeans are wringing their hands right now

    Liked by 3 people

  18. meadowlarkspring says:

    Whoever leaked the document that showed up on CNN a few days ago, should be dealt with appropriately. Completely removed from government service, court-martialed, dishonorably discharged, security clearances removed.

    READ: The government document of meeting between US and military leader of Syrian Kurds
    By CNN
    October 12, 2019


    Liked by 2 people

  19. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Pelosi said she is praying for the president. I doubt she has ever said a real prayer in her life

    Liked by 2 people

  20. fanbeav says:

    I think President Trump needs to have a national address about this! State all his reasons and how long we have been in the middle east with nothing to show for our money, etc. Restate how our troops should not be the ones to lose limbs protecting Kurds who will not protect themselves.

    State that Congress never voted to go into Syria and if they are so inclined than make it official and vote for war.

    Liked by 6 people

    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      And their biggest point they cry about in this is leaving the Kurds to die.
      But the reality on the ground is that Kurds are well equipped and trained by us for years.
      Meanwhile the populace on the ground is now protected by the Russians and Syrians with Turkey surely not wanting to fight the Russians.
      All without us wasting Tax dollars and resources on a fight that isn’t ours.
      Russians can now deal with the remaing thousands of ISIS families and a few hundred militants. Good Luck, we have bigger fish to fry..


  21. Somebody's Gramma says:

    That letter made me laugh out loud!!!! My gosh I love this President!! He’s absolutely right. Pelosi and the rest of the uniparty are absolutely wrong. We don’t wish to send our sons and daughters to slaughter to stop the fighting between tribal people who have been at war forever. As I said in another thread, if Nancy cares about ISIS on our soil, she can support building the WALL, curtail the foolishness of Sanctuary Cities, etc. And yes, I’m terribly sad for the people those people kill, but I’m also terribly sad for OUR children who are aborted, killed at infancy, abused, used in child sex trafficking and the manufacturing of child pornography, our children being brainwashed in the schools, our rights being taken away whole sale, our vets on the streets, the mentally ill wandering the streets destitute and without care, etc etc… we’ve got enough problems at home and we need to FIX THOSE FIRST. If she can do all that, then she can speak. Otherwise, she needs to be quiet and WORK rather than try to destroy the President.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. Rich D says:

    Essentially to support Trump’s approach is to admit that the last 18 years of US foreign policy in the ME has been a complete, unmitigated disaster that has accomplished none of our strategic objectives.. Republicans want to protect Bush from bearing the blame for this and Democrats want to protect Obama. So we spend trillions of dollars, have thousands of US soldiers killed or wounded and have no chance of an outcome that advances the interests of the US. If anything, all we have done is advance the interests of Iran and political Islam over the past 18 years..

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  23. lieutenantm says:

    dennis morrisseau
    Fire Wray today if he does not relent today.
    Make TULSI GABBORD YOUR VP………after the Dems freeze her out….”healing the country” and UP with women!


    • bleep21k says:

      Tulsi Gabbord is a most attractive woman (just saying).

      And she’s a vet – has a “conservative demeanor” on television, but yes quite liberal politically, very like my two oldest daughters.

      I cant get a bead on her though, as she’s running as a democrat, and having a hell of a time from the democrats as a whole.

      I actually like VP Pence.


      • Linda K. says:

        Pence is getting some foreign policy experience, in a very important negotiation.

        Liked by 1 person

      • TexanInFL says:

        I beg to differ, she is NO different than any of them. She is a dyed in the wool full bore, abortion loving, gun-hating Democrat socialist. She plays the “I’m beautiful and smart, who is also a veteran” line very well, but she is NO different. Go look at her history….I hope your two oldest daughters are nothing like her.

        Liked by 1 person

        • bleep21k says:

          @TexasInFL – I figured I could be corrected lol!

          And…unfortunately both of my daughters are “well educated”, both holds masters degrees and pursing doctorates (unfortunately right lol) – which means its true, I didn’t pay enough attention and they think “socialism is good”.

          Both beautiful (their mom was a Brit rest her soul), well traveled, 27 and 30 respectively, no kids, snowflake boyfriends, think dad is “old and crazy”…

          I love ’em to death, talk to each everyday for hours about ANYTHING but politics now.

          Yeah, a coupla Tulsi Gabbords (although one likes Bernie and the other “anyone but TRUMP”!)


          • TexanInFL says:

            I’m a very well educated woman also, but I have lived in Socialist countries and maybe they need to pursue their education in one of those countries, it doesn’t take long to understand the insidious hand government has in your life while there. Hopefully, wisdom will come with age.

            Liked by 1 person

            • bleep21k says:

              It doesn’t sound as if you have been indoctrinated, yet I believe my two have been and have told them so (THAT was a great conversation lol, not)

              They have both lived in Japan a year, the 27 yr old Spain as well for a year. I agree with you. They went and had “fun” (University paid research trips, insulated experiences).

              When they were kids our whole family lived in the UK for 10 years.

              I think their current associates/friends (international crowd, globalist, gay, multi genders, etc.) and co-workers (both are visiting profs) have the influence now. Their experience has also been middle to upper middle class – spoiled rotten – they want to “save the world” from people “my age” who don’t understand the new social and societal changes that have taken place.

              I just put up with their “crap” lol – oh and I’m a misogynist of course.

              Heck I’d be in trouble for saying Tulsi is good looking!


  24. James F says:

    Hypocrite Lindsey Graham recognized these Syrian “allies” as terrorists, when Obama was in charge in 2016.

    Liked by 4 people

  25. Rock Knutne says:

    President trump is a man that understands the concept of leverage.


    Liked by 1 person

  26. wendy forward says:

    That is a gorgeous letter.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. simplewins says:

    I just watching FBC at 6 with Liz M and she had some guy on I had not seen before. He was formerly an assistant to Betreus.They were discussing the Syria withdrawal. He was criticizing POTUS and then when on to hammer Gabbard. He said she had mental health issues. Liz asked him to apologize, he said he wouldn’t and repeated it. She said we will end this interview. LOL


  28. michael mcmahon says:

    it would be hilarious if it were not so sad but he has made leftist into warmongers . you should see them howling on politico


    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      What would Cindy Sheehan do?

      The lunatic Left is in a quite a quandary.


    • RobInPA says:

      They’ve alway’s been murderous warmonger’s, but now our VSG PDJT has ripped their pretty mask’s off for all to see the ugliness that’s been hiding underneath.


  29. goetz says:

    Sundance, you are the only mention I can find of Erdogan asking us to mediate. Can you help me with a source??
    – Goetz


    • POTUS announced it as the basis for sending VP Pence and SoS Pompeo.


      • goetz says:

        BKR – I do not think you are correct. No mention of agreeing to have US mediate is in the articles I have scoured. They all point out that Pence and Pompeo are heading to Turkey to try and get Erdogan to create a ceasefire. Erdogan states no ceasefire ever and that he will not meet with the US contingent although he may have backed off on that per some Turkish newspapers. I see no citation anywhere that RE has asked us to mediate.
        That would be big news.


        • I watched him say it.


          • goetz says:

            You saw something I am sure, but there is zero mention of Erdogan asking for mediation.
            Offering and asking for are two separate things.


            • You’re sounding like Nancy, Nancy.


              • goetz says:

                Just because you can’t get your facts straight, you call me names. You aren’t much of a person outside of your anger, are you? I prefer facts to blind ideology. Don’t be Fake News BKR.


            • romy911 says:

              I read it also in a CTH article from October 14th. There is a video within that article of VIce-President Pence stating that Erdogan asked for the phone call with President Trump. Sundance states “ As a result of that conversation, Erdogan requested the U.S. mediate negotiations.”
              From Vice-President Pence’s remarks:

              “Kurdish General Mazloum expressed particular concern about the city of Kobani and asked President (Trump)to raise that issue with President Erdogan.”

              “The President (Trump), after that call, spoke to President Erdogan.”
              “President Erdogan reached out and requested the call.”
              “The President (Trump) did receive a commitment from President Erdogan to not attack the city of Kobani.”

              Video and CTH article from 10/14/19


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              • goetz says:

                Yet no one else is reporting that Erdogan asked the US to mediate. RE specifically states he doesn’t want mediation. He said that today. Reviewing VP Pence’s video, he DOES NOT say Erdogan asked for US mediation. He says General Mazloum (Kurd) asked US to mediate. People are confusing the two people. Erdogan asking for mediation would be a big deal, given that E$R has also saifd he won’t meet with VP et alPence. Sundance has made a mistake saying Turkey asked for mediation.
                He’s human, you know. Asking for a phone conversation is not the same as asking for mediation, in case you are confused on that point.
                Find me one source that reports that Erdogan requested the mediation.
                You folks do understand what ‘mediation’ means, right?


    • bleep21k says:

      I myself may have missed somethings, but I have yet to see any “actual footage” of any kind of live attack (even from distance) of a ground reporter – from any major MSM…

      Lots of buildings on fire, and smoking, interviews with kurds, moving armaments, etc. NOt even cell phone captures rebroadcast.

      Nothing like coverage of other ME skirmishes where the reporters are pointing and describing the attacks…(hence the FAKE KY footage?)

      Maybe I’ve just missed them all. If so I’ll stand corrected.


  30. Take that Jonathan Karl!! Doesnt sound like a green light to invade to me!!

    Mic drop!!🎤🎤

    Liked by 1 person

  31. CNN_sucks says:

    This is better than young soldiers dying and maimed. How many did congress sent to war In the past? If they want war, vote in congress and send your dumb kids, too.


  32. Mike in a Truck says:

    How much American blood is enough? For the ungrateful Europeans it’s never enough. A pox on them and theirs.


  33. leftnomore says:

    1,001 days!


  34. Landslide says:

    Don’t ya just want wanna vote TOMORROW!!! People get it. We are Soooo going to win!!!

    Keep digging those holes, Dems. Nancy is a gift! Evil, but terribly useful.


  35. RobInPA says:

    Pure. Unadulterated. Fearless. Brave. Tenacious.

    V.S.G. ! !

    Liked by 1 person

  36. mr. deacon says:

    Here is the problem. Syria has a road to market in Europe but no goats. Iran has goats but no way to get them to market. Turkey and Russia wants Syria’s road so they can control the flow of goats to market and not the Syrians or Kurds or Russians. The Kurds have no road and no goats but are for sell to the highest bidder. All involved that buy weapons from Americans go under the heading of ally. America has its own roads and its own goats and does not need to be involved in any part of the quarrel. The politicians we hear squawking the loudest are the ones being paid to get weapons to the fight and want a piece of the goat action. Goat-(see fossil fuels)

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  37. Reserved55 says:

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  38. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    Attention UniParty:
    President Trump made some more telephone calls to foreign leaders.

    Strike-up the impeachment band.


  39. JVJ1975 says:

    Some people believe that every child’s behavioural problem can be solved with more corporal punishment. It’s not true.

    Some people believe that every societal problem can be solved with more incarceration. It’s not true.

    Some people believe that every international dispute can be solved with more troops and killing. It is simply not true.

    – – – – – – – –

    Trump is correct to get us out of Syria.

    He is just as correct today as President Eisenhower was in 1954 when he (Eisenhower) declined to get the US involved militarily in support of the French. At Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam. (Dien Bien Phu, and Eisenhower’s handling of it, used to be taught in most every high school in America.)

    President Eisenhower — who knew a thing or two about war — believed that military power and economic power are inextricably linked.

    Donald Trump understands this. We all should be grateful for this.

    = = = = = =

    Those who advocate for “limited war” and “meaningful air strikes” either do not understand their naivete; or, worse, they are working for military contractors — which is another thing that Eisenhower knew about.

    Our nation owes a debt of sincere gratitude to President Trump and his current team of advisers.

    Liked by 2 people

    • JVJ1975 says:

      By the way, the country ran a budget surplus for the last three years of Eisenhower’s administration.

      These things did not happen by accident. Just saying.

      Liked by 2 people

    • RobInPA says:

      What a pathetic trio of Progressive reprobates!

      The (priceless) look on Pelosi’s face is her realization and acceptance of complete and utter political annihilation by Orange Man Bad.


    • Linda K. says:

      If our country was involved in a territorial dispute, would we want a third party butting in?

      Liked by 1 person

  40. fanbeav says:

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  41. Madglobal says:

    Serious question…Why is the uniparty going ballistic over this? Is there a deep state operation that is now shut down? Has a source of corruption been taken away? Is it that congresscritters have lost leverage with the players in this part of the middle east because the US is no longer there? Does this move expose the commie Kurds/Muzzie Brohood to harm? What gives?

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  42. @ChicagoBri says:

    President Trump at his finest. I’m sure Sundance will post it later, but Breitbart has their video of the exchange with fake newsman J Karl and President Trump. Never prouder.


  43. ristvan says:

    Releasing this letter now is a chessboard position destroying gambit against the Dems and Miss Lindsey. Eerily similar to releasing the transcript of the Zelenskyy call 12 hours before Schiff tried his whistleblower version stunt.
    And the brilliance of this letter release now is emphasized by the unpublished attachment noted in the letter, Kurdish General Masloum’s prior letter to PDJT making prior consession commitments nobody knew about that PDJT forwarded to Erdogan BEFORE he invaded. Showing how hard PDJT had been working the Syria Kurd issue out of the public eye. A political MOAB.

    1. Pelosi had just gotten a ‘bipartisan’ Syria pullout condemnation resolution passed this morning. This letter is a naked rebuke to that resolution.
    2. Pelosi, Schumer, McConnell, and McCarthy went to the White House this afternoon to discuss Syria post resolution, but before this letter was known to the. For whatever reason (rumors are flying that Pelosi said something inappropriate and PDJT responded) she stormed out. Now Her version and McCarthy’s version are dueling on MSM as I write this—but MSM is still ignoring the letter. Fake news!
    3. MSM has misquoted today’s PDJT’s morning Italy presser, and no one except NPR has issued a correction. According to the presser transcript Sundance posted earlier today, PDJT said (paraphrase): ‘They have a border problem. BUT its not our border.’ He did NOT say, as reported, ‘Not our problem’. This letter release totally destroys that Fake News narrative. He was and is working to resolve the border problem he inherited, but not militarily.

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  44. Deborah Fehr says:

    I just laughed my ass off reading that letter. Does he really send them out like that? I mean its hilarious. love it!

    Liked by 2 people

  45. pucecatt says:

    POTUS should release the transcript of the meeting with Pelosi and Schumer from today .. their heads would spin lol 😂

    Liked by 4 people

  46. ElTocaor says:

    It’s so astonishing to me how one man can understand human nature and communicate so well.
    We’re going through such political calamity here because one side can’t swallow their pride and admit they got beat by someone that’s a lot more intelligent than them.

    Madam Speaker, soon prayer is all you’re going to have left.

    Liked by 2 people

  47. meadowlarkspring says:

    Hilary was supposed to win. Then congress critters could have their forever wars without evening having to vote for them.

    Ash Carter under questioning by Lindsey Graham
    APRIL 28, 2016


  48. ChampagneReady says:

    They’re preparing to enact sanctions upon US ? …… bahaha ………….. pu-lease.


  49. islandpalmtrees says:

    I like this phrase from SD best “If Pelosi wants to have a war with Syria”. Well, yes because Schiff and Pelosi are arms dealers looking for the next war. More wars are good for business, right?

    SCHIFF-PELOSI CAUGHT IN UKRAINIAN ARMS SCANDAL: Giuliani Confirms TGP’s Prior Exclusive – Schiff and Pelosi’s Ukrainian Donor Was Given Lucrative Defense Contracts!
    by Joe Hoft October 8, 2019

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