Republicans Poised To Rebuke Trump On National Security Moves

Headline Roundup January 31st, 2019

Republicans in the Senate seek to have a say in President Trump's plans to pull US troops out of Syria and Afghanistan.

Republicans Poised To Rebuke Trump On National Security Moves

From the Center
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Syria, Afghanistan

Frustrated Republicans say it’s time for the Senate to reclaim more power over foreign policy and are planning to move a measure Thursday that would be a stunning rebuke to a president of their own party.

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From the Left
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Syria, Afghanistan

A growing number of Republicans are openly scoffing at President Donald Trump's handling of national security issues, with the Senate's number two Republican bashing Trump's criticism on Wednesday of the heads of the US intelligence community ahead of a vote on a measure disapproving Trump's Middle East policy.

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From the Right
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Syria, Afghanistan

Senate Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell wants Congress to have a say when it comes to President Trump’s plans to pull U.S. forces out of both Afghanistan and Syria. Including he says, “a thorough accounting of the risks of withdrawing too hastily.”

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