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Trump Lashes Out At GOP Ally Graham Over Kurdish Debacle

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Trump Lashes Out At GOP Ally Graham Over Kurdish Debacle

Trump Lashes Out At GOP Ally Graham Over Kurdish Debacle

CNN reports President Donald Trump on Wednesday slammed one of his key allies: Sen.

Lindsey Graham (R-SC).

The dispute is over Graham's approach to Turkey's incursion in Syria.

Trump said during a White House news conference that Graham "would like to stay in the Middle East for the next thousand years." The people of South Carolina don't want us to get into a war with Turkey, a NATO member, or with Syria.

Let them fight their own wars.

President Donald Trump

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