April 9, 2017
"4 or 5" US-trained moderate rebels in Syria fighting ISIS, general admits2015-09-16T17:05:45-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/e20/20150916170624001_hd.jpgArmy General Lloyd Austin, commander of US Central Command, admits that, after spending $500 million, just "four or five" US-trained moderate rebels remained in Syria fighting ISIS.
Army General Lloyd Austin, commander of US Central Command, admits that, after spending $500 million, just "four or five" US-trained moderate rebels remained in Syria fighting ISIS.
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