President Trump’s mad dash out of Syria

Syrian Democratic Forces and U.S. troops are seen during a patrol near Turkish border in Hasakah, Syria November 4, 2018. REUTERS/Rodi Said - RC1A340091B0

Brookings Fellow Scott R. Anderson discusses President Trump’s sudden decision to withdraw U.S. military personnel from Syria, ending their involvement in the military campaign against ISIS that the United States has led since 2014.

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