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Trump defends Syria withdrawal, says US should protect its own borders first

The Age Sunday, 13 October 2019 ()
Donald Trump has defended his decision to withdraw troops from north-eastern Syria, telling conservative Christian activists that the US should prioritise protecting its own borders.
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