BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:50 A.M.) – US President Donald Trump and Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri held a press conference after the conclusion of talks, in Washington DC, on Tuesday.

President Trump took the opportunity to blame President Obama for the situation in Syria, state his disappointment in Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and discuss his victory in Congress regarding health care reforms.

Trump also hailed the “tremendous gains” made by US military forces in Syria and Iraq against the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

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The US , as always, is seeking to steal the valour of others. It has been Iraqi, Syrian, Russian, Iranian,Lebanese ( Hezbollah), Palestinians, Kurds ,and other Non US aligned peoples who have been fighting and dying to preserve the secular society of Syria from ‘7th century’ bandit tyranny. The US is using her well worn Regime Change Anarchy playbook and feeding the terrorist warlords with the strategy of ‘Divide and Ruin’ so well described by Dan Glazebrook in his book with the same title. I only discovered it a couple of months ago and is well worth reading for all… Read more »

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Flay the Daeshbags

Wait, is the Lebanese Army doing anything at all?