Trump appears to back ending covert Central Intelligence Agency program in Syria

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Trump appears to back ending covert Central Intelligence Agency program in Syria

"Hizbullah is a menace to the Lebanese state, the Lebanese people, and the entire region", Trump said at a White House news conference with visiting Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri on July 25.

Meanwhile, reported Al-Watan.com, another senior U.S. official has said that the evaluation of the American intelligence agencies is that there are a large number of foreign fighters who are likely to remain in Iraq and Syria to defend the remnants of the Daesh "caliphate". "I'm no fan of Assad".

The D.C. -based paper published another story Monday night stating that Russian Federation is central to the Trump administration's strategy in Syria. What he did to this country and human values, is awful.

Trump also didn't hide his relationship to Assad.

"I'm not somebody who will stand by and let him get away with what he's tried to do, and he did it a number of times", said Trump.

Analysts have said that the latest remarks by United States officials regarding the Syrian regime of President Bashar Al-Assad suggests that Washington is taking a stricter line as a result of his ongoing rights violations, Al-Watan.com reported on Sunday. US Donald Trump says what Mr Assad has done to his country and to humanity is frightful. "With the support of Iran, the organization is also fueling humanitarian catastrophe in Syria".

Responding to another question, Trump said he would be making his position clear on the Hezbollah clear in the next 24 hours.

"We hit. 59 out of 59 when we launched the tomahawk missiles", said Trump, referencing the April 7 US Navy strike on Assad's air force in response to a chemical weapon attack the Syrian army perpetrated on its own people.

"I have meetings with some of my very expert military representatives and others, so I'll be making that decision very shortly". We're going to see what is exactly taking place.

The general confirmed a report published by the Washington Post on Wednesday about an end to official United States support for the Syrian opposition.

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