A New York Republican congressman questioned America’s strategy in Syria and Libya.
“I left the trip with more faith in the plan as it relates to Iraq, and I will say, unfortunately, as far as the situation in places like Syria and Libya, there really is no plan at all,” Rep. Lee Zeldin said in a radio interview on Sunday.
“In some respects, there are reasons to be happier, others a little bit more concerned depending on what part of the complicated map you’re looking at,” he added.
In a statement earlier this week, the congressman said “things are moving a little better in Iraq,” but added that the situation is “very tenuous” and “could turn in the opposite direction quickly.”
“The bad news is that things are a lot worse in Syria and Libya and there really isn’t much of a plan at all,” he said.