Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud and I discussed the ongoing threat posed by the Iranian regime. We also discussed the situations in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and the need for a united GCC. We stand together with Saudi Arabia in addressing these regional security challenges. pic.twitter.com/iTwQlW5Geh— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) February 21, 2020
“At one point in October, Mr. Trump refused to invite lawmakers from the congressional intelligence committees to a White House briefing on Syria because he did not want Mr. Schiff there, according to three people briefed on the matter.” https://t.co/Xhy0WleDSB— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) February 21, 2020
Met with @kbsalsaud to reaffirm the importance of the U.S.-Saudi partnership, a critical bulwark for peace and stability in the region. We discussed ways we can counter the ongoing threat posed by the Iranian regime and its destabilizing behavior in Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon, & Syria.— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) February 21, 2020
No war with Iran.— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) February 21, 2020
End the war in Yemen.
Responsibly withdraw troops from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan.
No more endless, unconstitutional wars in the Middle East.
"Mr. Trump has fixated on Mr. Schiff ... At one point in October, Mr. Trump refused to invite lawmakers from the congressional intelligence committees to a White House briefing on Syria because he did not want Mr. Schiff there, according to three people briefed on the matter." https://t.co/NEdqx6ee8b— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 21, 2020
The crisis in northwest Syria is taking a terrible toll on civilians.— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) February 21, 2020
Hundreds have been killed. Young children are freezing to death.
This man-made humanitarian nightmare for the long-suffering people of Syria must stop.
It must stop now.https://t.co/qIMzCHwvSj pic.twitter.com/j2mrCFCSYF
With hundreds of innocent dead and wounded, cities wiped off the map, and the biggest humanitarian catastrophe of the century, this is raises the question, on who did Russia and Assad win?!! #Aleppo #WhiteHelmets #Syria pic.twitter.com/M7S9OC85Aj— The White Helmets (@SyriaCivilDef) February 21, 2020
These are some of NATO's beloved "moderate rebels" in Syria, which the corporate media would have you believe are angels from heaven https://t.co/q48UjBEGDH— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) February 21, 2020
War crimes abound -— Lee Camp [Redacted] (@LeeCamp) February 21, 2020
Clinton: Bosnia, Kosovo
Bush: Iraq, Afghanistan
Obama: Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, Yemen
Trump: Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, Yemen
Neither party lets you vote against massacring civilians!
Trump has facilitated Russian designs not only in Syria but also in Libya. The U.S. ostensibly supports the Tripoli regime but Trump called up Russian-backed strongman Hifter and gave him a green light for his offensive. Trump is making Russia great again.https://t.co/ZCyMsSTBqK— Max Boot (@MaxBoot) February 22, 2020