Trump slams Obama’s Syrian plan, while Carson is in favor of it.
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Donald Trump on Saturday knocked President Barack Obama’s decision to deploy fewer than 50 Special Operations forces on the ground in Syria, suggesting the strategy is a half-measure.
“I think we have a president who just doesn’t know what he’s doing,” Trump told CNN. “You either do it or you don’t do it. Fifty people. He puts 50 people.”
Trump did not say whether he would deploy more troops to Syria as president, but simply said, “You either do it or you don’t do it.”
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Republican presidential candidates panned President Obama’s plan to send 50 Special Operations forces into Syria on the Sunday shows this week.
Ben Carson said the Syria plan is a “move in the right direction,” but still neglects the role that Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing in the conflict.
“My much, much, much bigger plan involves Putin and Iran also,” Carson said on ABC’s “This Week.” “Those are the forces that are propping up the Assad regime, even though Putin came in there and said he was going to fight ISIS, he’s really fighting the anti-Assad forces.”
The retired neurosurgeon added that American should implement a no-fly zone to protect Syrian rebels opposed to the Assad regime.