Trump 1st President Since Carter Not To Send Troops Into New Conflict

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President Donald Trump will likely become the first president since Jimmy Carter to not send American forces into a new conflict once he leaves office, Newsweek reports.

Trump’s recently-appointed acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller announced last week that the U.S. will cut the number of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to 2,500 by Jan. 15, an announcement that came just before national security adviser Robert O’Brien said that Trump was looking “to put a stop to America’s endless wars.”

Although the United States has formally declared war only five times, with the most recent being the country’s entry into World War II, Congress has granted several “authorizations of military force” since Carter left office.

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  1. Actually there are currently military operations all over the world, including the US, with millions of US troops.

  2. About time all Republican house and senate state and federal get their act together and support our president. Most of you sat for four years and did nothing.

  3. Trump plays well. Military boosting is not military using. Success dreams they stop dry wars outside your land. Scare the bottle they just drink slow.


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