U.S. president Donald Trump has announced that he will establish "safe zones" within Syria for people fleeing the civil war and terrorism. Earlier statements by Trump suggested he would be less involved in Syria.
|By establishing safe zones, the U.S. would become even more involved in Syria. Trump seems completely indifferent to the negative reactions caused by his continuous announcements that appear to have often been made without consultation or without thought of their negative consequences. Trump repeated once again that the U.S. should have taken the oil from Iraq when it pulled out in 2011. This together with his announcement that Muslims from Iraq will be banned from the U.S. for at lest 30 days has fueled anti-U.S. sentiment in Iraq and could place US troops there in danger of attack. He has also told Mexican president Nieto not to come to the U.S. if he wont pay for Trump's planned wall. He might as well of told him not to come. That is what Nieto decided. Now Trump could be starting a direct confrontation with his supposed ally Russia by demanding safe zones in Syria.|
“I’ll absolutely do safe zones in Syria for the people. I think that Europe has made a tremendous mistake by allowing these millions of people to go into Germany and various other countries. And all you have to do is take a look. It's… it's a disaster what's happening over there. I don't want that to happen here. President Obama and [former Secretaries of State] Hillary Clinton… and [John] Kerry have allowed tens of thousands of people into our country. The FBI is now investigating more people than ever before having to do with terror […] and it's from the group of people that came in. 'm gonna be the president of a safe country. We have enough problems,”