Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary Pompeo Hold Press Conference in Turkey – 1:30pm Livestream

Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are holding a joint press conference following discussions with President Recep Erdogan of Turkey.  The Turks invasion of Syria and regional conflict with Kurdish forces are the primary issue.

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167 Responses to Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary Pompeo Hold Press Conference in Turkey – 1:30pm Livestream

  1. sundance says:

    Liked by 13 people

    • Payday says:

      PT is gonna win BIGLY! On this issue of troop withdrawal. It’s hard to believe how stupid the left and RINO’s are in falling into this trap. From PT’s perspective…THIS is how he’s actually playing this whole issue. And he knows the base is with him on it, but he also knows that independents will come on board with this too. Even many stubborn Democrats! Brilliant play!

      Liked by 12 people

      • Judith says:

        I know a few democrats, and they are *all* anti-war. A few actually signaled their (weak) approval some months back, when the President did *not* react to Iran’s provocations. Of course, they remain convinced he is Hitler reincarnated. Because media.

        Not sure if they will ever overcome their rabid Trumpophobia, to give our President the props he deserves here. I’m sure the MSM will give credit where credit is due: to Nancy Pelosi! /s.

        I find it SO strange that more citizens haven’t figured out the UNiparty construct, with both RepubliCONS and Democrats AND their Enemedia ALL itching for war.

        They worry that the planet can’t handle cow farts ( ! ) but they cannot fathom a very *real* New World Order plot to rule the world?

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  2. sundance says:

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Just look at the deflated Sultan without clothes. Team Trump exposed him mightily!

      The big elephant in the room is that Turkey wont move into the zone beyond what they got(not much). Syrians and Russians will get there and most of the Kurds will probably align with the Syrian army. I didn’t see much heavy US equipment either beyond very well equipped rifles and some anti tanks. Erdogan is pi**ed!

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  3. sundance says:

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    • gabytango says:

      Great timing for this to happen, right before the Rally in Dallas! Say it LOUD and PROUD, PT!!

      Liked by 3 people

      • Patience says:

        Yes, tonight’s rally will –as always– be Trumptastic !!!
        >Nervous Nancy’s newest manufactured “meltdown” will be a welcomed addition for transparency-sake…., prompting much deserved laughter and loud applause. WOO HOO!

        ‘Peace’ in the middle east is in its early stage.
        >God willing.

        The best is yet to come…………………..

        Liked by 4 people

      • Kay Sadeeya says:

        I wonder if Pelosi; Schiff; Biden and the Democrats have any rallys scheduled; with their supporters; ANTIFA; Black Lives Matter; LA Raza; LGBTQRST; OpenBorders?


    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      All of the R’s crying and signing nonsense look stupid now. And so does the media who was acting like a massacre was already going on.

      Truth is that the Turkish proxies were beaten by the Kurds and Syrians and were not advancing. Meanwhile Russia was moving into the lines behind the advancing Syrians which means Turkey wasn’t able to backup their Islamist proxies with airstrikes.

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      • Erdogan can say Good-Bye to the reconstituting of the Ottoman Empire!!! OUCH!!!

        Don’t anyone forget…Things happen in 3’s…Even in Death@@@@

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      • yy4u says:

        Talk about a circular firing squad.
        Russia’s friend Turkey, a NATO ally of the United States, invades Russia’s ally, Syria.
        So which side does Russia take? Both? Neither? Or maybe split the baby ala Solomon? Half the Russians there fight for Syria, the other side fight for Turkey? And what about Iran? Iran has a dog in the fight, too. If Turkey recreates the Ottoman Empire, where does that leave Iran which wants to be hegemon in the Middle East?

        And what about the USA. Was the US supposed to help Syria repel NATO ally Turkey’s invasion of that sovereign country? Would that mean the USA now is aligned with Assad, the president against whom it sided in Syria’s civil war?

        Everyone’s worried about the ISIS captives getting loose while Turkey and Syria go at it. I have an idea. Bomb the prison and blame it on the Turks.


        • The Traitor’s plan (ala McShame, Zero, Cankles etc.) Was to prop up ISIS as a threat to the ME. This gave the US the green light to occupy and pretend to remove ISIS.

          Next step of the Traitor’s plan was to get Assad to kill/gas his own citizens (aka rebels). Probably the only thing Zero did right was not “cross the line in the sand” when Aleppo and other towns were gassed. (With gas that Assad never had.)

          Fast forward to the present. PDJT knew all of this and wanted none of it. In PDJT’s eyes best option was/is complete withdrawal followed by economic sanctions as appropriate.

          SD, posted a great article on PDJT’s decision to withdraw a few days ago.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Republicanvet91 says:

          Reading through your comment should cause one to realize what an absolute disaster 8 years of Obama resulted in, with a foreign policy focus on selling anything that was not nailed down.


        • Kay Sadeeya says:

          It enforces the concept of “what a mess the Islamic world and ME are”. We have no idea how old and deep the conflicts and wounds are; and how beyond human reconciliation they have become.


  4. bosscook says:

    Is that the letter Trump sent to Erdogan in front of Pence? I sincerely hope so.


  5. magaskook says:

    Those 129 sellouts could have waited one day, but now they are historically on the record as disloyal cowards. It’s time to put MAGA candidates on every ballot.

    Liked by 31 people

  6. PinotNoir says:

    WTF? So Turkey accomplishes it’s objectives w/o fighting.”We got exactly what we wanted, said a Turkish official” YPG turns in heavy weapons-sure they will. Then they will evacuate this territory… what if they don’t? Kurds, Russians and Syrians agree to give up this territory? None of this makes sense.

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    • andrewalinxs says:

      U.S.A does not care who owns the sand only that genocide does not happen over the sand.

      If Russia and Syria wish to dispute the claim Turkey has over the sand let them fight for it. Now the U.S allies everyone was worried about are moved out of the battle zone. So Syria and Turkey can now argue over it all they want with out the U.S backed forces being stuck in the middle.

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    • American Nationalist says:

      Allow me to explain the Trump Strategy. Turkey is now on record for two things. A: Turkish naked aggression against Syria/Kurds and B: This ceasefire. The aggression now serves to put the EU/NATO on edge(As well as Syria/Russia/Kurds) and it’s now incumbent on the Turks to uphold their agreement.

      Essentially Turkey is boxed in and no longer a threat to the Kurds. And the new Syrian/Kurds state will emerge.

      To sum it up, Donald J. Trump is a very stable genius who understands and ruthlessly applies the concept of leverage. Something the House Speaker is unaware of.

      Liked by 17 people

    • Payday says:

      Not likely. But it doesn’t matter. PT has already won this issue BIGLY! That would only provide him another opportunity to stand up to, and make fools of, all these idiots. It’s a win-win!

      Liked by 3 people

    • James F says:

      It makes a hell of a lot more sense then an endless US occupation with American lives in harms way and taxpayer money wasted.

      Liked by 2 people

  7. mikeyboo says:

    I don’t trust Erdogan or Congress.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. American Nationalist says:

    Saved the Kurds, exposed Turkey and accelerated the peace process. Promises made, promises kept. Also exposed those neocon warmongers. For a dollar, they will literally sell us out.


    Liked by 11 people

  9. It’s already too late. Dozens left wing snowflakes died due a fatal case of the vapors from reading Trump’s letter.

    Liked by 11 people

  10. LKAinLA says:

    I wonder if Scalise and crew, who voted for the Pelosi resolution yesterday, feel like idiots……. No going back to pretending they are vote worthy.

    Liked by 16 people

  11. fanbeav says:

    Local media is spinning this as “Pence and Pompeo SAY there is a ceasefire”. Making it seem like they are not telling the truth. Next article is that Turtle wants an even strong resolution in the Senate to condemn President Trump for withdrawing troops.

    I am so angry about our leaders who DO NOTHING to enforce our own borders and yet we must spend trillions and risk US lives to take care of others. Turkey is now NATO…let other countries take over!


  12. mikeyboo says:

    Turkey will be responsible for the “safe zone????!!!! Turkey’s idea of “responsibility for the safe zone” is what started this clusterf*ck in the first place.


    • sundance says:

      Sorry you didn’t get the war you were hoping for.

      😀 😀

      Liked by 25 people

      • ‘Not one or our soldiers hurt’….Donald Trump.
        Got a great sound it…n’est-ce pas.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Mr e-man says:

          Dems seem to think our 28 soldiers or however many there were should have stayed there to deter the tens of thousands of fully armed and loaded Turkish soldiers on the border ready to invade.

          Yes, They are that stupid and joined by many stupid R’s as well. Don’t want to be shamed by the media after all.

          Liked by 3 people

      • American Nationalist says:

        Very happy that we got the peace we voted for! And the jobs growth and despite all propaganda, we’re slowly coming together as a country. No, Mr.POTUS I’m not tired of winning. I don’t think I’ll ever be tired of winning.

        Liked by 6 people

      • mikeyboo says:

        Making Turkey “responsible for the safe zone” may very well ensure the war you supposedly want to avoid.


        • PinotNoir says:

          I’m with you MB. Not looking for war but Turkey just met their goals with no consequences. This will be a $h*t show shortly with an encouraged Turkey looking for new adventures. I wonder if a 3-D move from PDJT is in the offing?

          Liked by 1 person

          • Ok I see SD and some regulars here posting and I don’t get it. Is MB some troller you’ve seen before? Because, to me, he sounds like anyone new to the page whose eyes have not yet been fully opened.


        • 🍺Gunny66 says:


          You are Trolling down an empty well.

          Thanks for your concern….


          Liked by 2 people

        • Diana Allocco says:

          “Making Turkey “responsible for the safe zone” may very well ensure the war you supposedly want to avoid.”


          To quote the very stable genius: “Let’s see what happens.”

          Meanwhile, you and the GOPe are so obviously seething about this peaceful development. Not a good look.


      • Patience says:

        Say, “Responsibility” like yer singing Aretha’s “R.E.S.P.E.C.T –yourself”.

        Liked by 1 person

    • ALEX says:

      The Arab spring brought to you by the Obama Administration and the deep state brought us into this mess.

      The President is getting us out responsibly and perhaps we can solve the gang wars in Chicago before we get on our high horses. Assad and Erdogan will have to work this out, not 1000 American soldiers.

      Liked by 3 people

      • PinotNoir says:

        Arab Spring =Muslim Brotherhood, Erdogan = Muslim Brotherhood. Not seeing a clear difference. Got it that Syria is not our fight, Muslim Brotherhood in it’s global manifestations is.

        Liked by 1 person

  13. Congress: REEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!

    Trump: Hold muh Diet Coke, I got this.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. NJ Transplant says:

    I just called McCarthy and Scalise’s offices to tell them of my disgust with the Republicans. They jumped the gun and now the President has fixed the situation and brought the troops home. I told both offices that they will have a really hard time ever being the majority again if they don’t start backing the President. I reminded them that the President’s supporters may not be willing to vote for them if they don’t have the President’s back.

    I donated to Nunes in the past and am really disappointed in him. Nunes gets a lot of donations from Trump supporters who live outside of his district.

    Liked by 4 people

  15. per FBN: Brexit Deal Reached Ahead of Oct 31 Deadline

    Globalists: REEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

    BorisJ & Trump: Hold our bevvies, we’ve got this!

    Liked by 4 people

  16. tax2much says:

    Thank you President Trump for being the only leader in our government who actually comes through for the people.

    Liked by 12 people

  17. sunnyflower5 says:

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  18. benifranlkin says:

    Pelosi/Impeachment inquiry = 129 Republican congressmen/Syria
    You rats, all of you. We will never forget. All each of you had to do is wait a day.

    Liked by 5 people

    • SouthernTrumpette says:

      Trump is ripping the masks off all the treacherous RINOs.
      Sad to see Scalise, Nunes, Ratcliff and Zeldin on that list.
      Best to know where they truly stand, though

      Now we know who we can trust… Trump + the 60 on yesterday’s “nay” list.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Orygun says:

        It makes you wonder if their so called patriotic moves to thwart the Democrats coup was just to insure their turn at the Federal money trough. If Hillary had won the Republican party would have ceased to exist except in name only.


  19. ristvan says:

    Sounds much like the outcome PDJT thought he was getting (and ‘re-enforcing’ with his strongly worded letter) before Erdogan went rogue. Kurdish General Masloum and PDJT had already discussed what would be acceptable to Kurdish SDF forces, most of whose related YPG faction population centers are south of the ~20 mile buffer zone Erdogan had said he sought. It stops PKK transits and gives Turkey a north Syrian zone in which to resettle its Syrian refugees. Kurdish who live in the buffer zone can stay, but not as SDF forces.

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  20. tozerbgood8315 says:

    Imagine that… and we didn’t need any troops.

    Wait… does this mean our precious ISIS prisoners are safe? I mean what about those EVEL escaped women & children affiliates?

    And good old Nancy (ready to be sent to Pasture in San FranFreako) just literaally got done saying “All rods lead to Putin”.

    I can just hear her now “Surely Orange Drumph is merely pulling a fast one on us!”

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  21. tozerbgood8315 says:

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  22. Payday says:

    It’s simply a wonder to watch. PT is using economics to bring the whole world to heel. And thanks to SD, we treepers see it in real time.

    Liked by 12 people

  23. sunnyflower5 says:

    Day late— does this hurt Linsey in the pocketbook?

    Liked by 6 people

  24. burnett044 says:

    Funny how all those that want wars are happy to send our sons and daughters …cause they and theirs will not be paying in blood…..take a look at the biggest donors to those beating the war drums….
    we have lots of sand to protect right here at our borders…..

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  25. wyoskeptic says:

    Erdogan wanted a USA confrontation so that the USA would pile up troops and then Erdogan would “let” the USA bribe away his excursion into Syria ala the pallets of money to IRAN. When the USA (President Trump) refused the gambit, Erdogan’s excursion then became a case of a NATO ally attacking a neighbor who has backing of Russia so by extension Russia vs NATO. (Remember Erdogans visit with Putin?) And USA has no part in the proceedings except reminding Erdogan that his economy is in the tank and getting worse. Now, Erdogan’s army has had all of its best leadership hacked away in a “loyalty” purge while the Kurds are a lean mean fighting machine from getting lots of hands on experience and US training. When Syrian Army moved toward the border, it became Erdogan vs everyone with no one in his corner. Not even Iran. NATO Allies showed they were not about to back him and USA shows up to say, “Your economy is in pretty poor shape. Pity about that. But, it is going to get worse, unless …”

    And not one USA soldier got so much as a boo-boo. I said at the time that leaving the troops in the path of an army was a huge mistake. Moving them out of the way only made sense. Once there was no trip wire, everything blew up in Erdogan’s face. Now it is up to him to do as he said. Anything he does or doesn’t do is on him, not on President Trump or the USA. And his economy can still be wiped out if he doesn’t do as he said.

    I say to all those Pearl clutchers: Oh yea of little faith. Reap what yea sow. And enjoy the taste of bitter herbs.

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  26. sundance says:

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  27. John Doe says:

    President Trump makes being President and leader of the free world look so dang easy that we forget what an excruciating job it is. I’m not a big fan of Mike Pence so take this for what it’s worth. He did a good job in the press conference but there was a lot of umming and uhhing and pauses and tippytoeing through his speech. Looking at 2024, I’d put my bet on Pompeo over Pence. Just sayin’.

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  28. lolli says:

    Times have certainly changed since the 60s.
    Anyone else remember the signs “Make Love, Not War” and “Peace”✌️ signs everywhere?
    Interesting the dems are now warmongers, along with the neocons. 🤔 💡💰💵🤑

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Times have certainly changed since the early 2000s.
      Anyone else remember the democrats’ darling war protestor Cindy Sheehan camping out in Texas outside the Bush Ranch in Crawford?

      Liked by 4 people

  29. Ausonius says:

    So will Pelosi and Company and the 129 RINO’S retract their stooopid resolution from…just…yesterday? 🙂

    Heh-Heh! Yes, I know! 🙂


  30. The traitorous 129 deserve to be branded so they stand out from the herd of RINO’s

    I think CXXIX might do the job

    Liked by 3 people

  31. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Well that does it. Pence & Pompeo must be investigated for negotiating a ceasefire without Congressional approval. How dare they! Impeach them both. ~ Nanzi Pelosi

    Liked by 2 people

  32. Jim in TN says:

    I see our VSG President Trump has outmaneuvered all enemies, foreign and Domestic, and is raising the status of his likely successor at the same time.

    I mean in just a couple days, V.P. Pence has done more to make peace than Noble Prize winner Obama ever did. And Pence comes off as a tough negotiator, going toe to toe with Erdogan.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. sunnyflower5 says:

    Another late story.
    Fake News is out of hand and very dangerous

    Liked by 5 people

  34. meadowlarkspring says:

    This adviser is probably not going to be advising anymore.

    Erdoğan adviser says Trump’s letter ‘not taken seriously at the time’


  35. So do they split the Nobel Peace Price between Edro ant President Trump? 😆😂🤣😆

    Liked by 2 people

  36. For those whining that Turkey “paid no price”
    … You won’t be seeing investors lining up at Turkey’s border for YEARS.

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Disruptor says:

    Lindsey Graham: “Nooooooooo! We need forever wars. Weapons of war manufacturers will be pissed.”

    Liked by 1 person

  38. tozerbgood8315 says:

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  39. And we didn’t even have to fire a shot.


  40. Kerry Gimbel says:

    The Peace prize goes to Piglosi for not spitting out her dentures when the surprise announcement of the peace agreement came out

    Liked by 1 person

  41. tozerbgood8315 says:

    Sad thing is, the pro John Bolton types I talk to, are still livid, and trying to find ways to poke holes in the ceasefire & withdrawal agreement. Spouting crap like “Why wasn’t Syria involved in the agreement” and did they agree to the 20 mile buffer zone… blah blah blah.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Ausonius says:

    The WHOLE Turkey-Syria-Pelosi-Schumer-Anti-Trump-Resolution Affair is such a MASSIVE CROW ROAST today for the DEMS and their MSM minions that I feel exhilarated right now!

    Will this event turn anyone away from the Dark Side of the DEMS? I hope so!

    Liked by 1 person

  43. tozerbgood8315 says:

    I think there’s still some Egg on Lindsey’s face

    Liked by 2 people

  44. Wow, Romney is totally deranged. He thinks the ceasefire is a bloodstain and we need to investigate how this all came about…R.U. kidding me?!!!? He is mentally unstable.

    Liked by 3 people

  45. Mike in a Truck says:

    Those asshat Republicans that voted against PDJT look like- well asshats.

    Liked by 2 people

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