MSNBC terrorism expert Malcolm Nance berated President Donald Trump Monday for criticizing “failed” military leaders over their Syria policy, referring to him as a “draft-dodging chickenhawk coward.”
” I campaigned on leaving Syria and other locations,” President Trump composed on Twitter. “Now when I begin getting out the Fake News Media, or some failed Generals who were unable to do the job prior to I arrived, like to grumble about me & my techniques, which are working.”
… I campaigned on getting out of Syria and other locations. Now when I start going out the Phony News Media, or some failed Generals who were unable to do the task prior to I arrived, like to complain about me & my strategies, which are working. Just doing what I said I was going to do!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 31, 2018
The former U.S. Navy senior chief petty officer and Trump critic responded to the criticism by accusing the president of going to pieces as a leader, husband, and father. ” Draft dodging chickenhawk cowards don’t get to call any Generals “stopped working.” You stopped working at manhood,” Nance composed. “You stopped working as “leader”. You stopped working marital relationship & as dad. You failed at declining Treason. Your most spectacular failure was as an American. History will reveal #TrumpEqualsFailure.”
Draft dodging chickenhawk cowards don’t get to call any Generals “stopped working.” You stopped working at manhood. You failed as “leader”. You stopped working marriage & as dad. You failed at declining Treason. Your most incredible failure was as an American. History will show #TrumpEqualsFailure https://t.co/WLaDZr8Hbf
— Malcolm Nance (@MalcolmNance) December 31, 2018
On December 20, President Trump revealed his decision to withdraw approximately 2,000 U.S. troops from Syria, declaring success over ISIS. However, the pullout, which was met outcry from establishment legislators throughout the political spectrum, might be slowed, Sen. Lindsey Graham informed reporters outside the White Home Sunday.
” I think we’re in a pause situation,” said the South Carolina Republican after lunch at the White Home. ” I think we’re slowing things down in a wise method,” he said, later keeping in mind President Trump comprehends the withdrawal could position Kurdish fighters in harm’s way.
National security consultant John Bolton is set up to fulfill with Israeli and Turkish authorities next weekend to go over the move.