Mitch McConnell TRASHES Trump

Mitch McConnell TRASHES Trump


>>Senator Mitch McConnell, who tends to shy
away from ever criticizing Donald Trump, has published an op ed in the Washington Post. And his wording here is very aggressive against
Donald Trump’s decision to abandon Kurdish allies in Northern Syria. I’m gonna read you a few excerpts from it. And I will say, just to preface this, that
while I agree that it was a bad idea for Trump to abruptly abandon Kurdish allies, who have
helped us defeat ISIS in Northern Syria, the wording here makes me sick to my stomach. Because it reminds you of why so many Americans
have this positive reaction to Donald Trump doing what he’s doing, because America has
been engaged in endless wars. There’s legitimate frustration about that. But there’s nuance when it comes to the Kurds
in Northern Syria. We’ve talked about it throughout, the story
developing. Now, let me give you some excerpts. He writes, and this is in the first paragraph,
withdrawing US forces from Syria is a grave strategic mistake. It will leave the American people and homeland
less safe, embolden our enemies and weaken important alliances. Sadly, the recently announced pullout risks
repeating the Obama administration’s reckless withdrawal from Iraq, which facilitated the
rise of the Islamic State in the first place.>>Okay, yeah, I can’t stand it. There’s no winners here. Both Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump are
wrong, but they disagree. So what do I mean by that? It’s not about partisanship. It’s about the driving force behind both of
their ideas. So the driving force behind Donald Trump’s
idea is, I got bullied by Erdogan, I have no idea what I’m doing. And so I just, he said he was gonna come in
one way or another. So I just left, panicked and abrupt, totally
unacceptable. If a progressive president was in and wanted
to withdraw from Syria and from the Middle East, I would be ecstatic. If they said to me, I’m gonna do it in one
day, I’d be like, no, don’t do it in one day, that’s crazy. And that’s exactly what Donald Trump did. But Mitch McConnell bringing out all the old
ridiculous talking points about how we have to be in the Middle East forever. It’s totally preposterously wrong. Keeping the homeland safe, wait a minute,
this particular conflict is between Turkey and the Kurds. What does that have to do with keeping us
safe? Turkey is the ostensible bad guy in this scenario,
Turkey is one of our top allies. It’s the second biggest army in NATO, our
top alliance, but it’s not like Turkey’s gonna attack us. It’s not like the Kurds are gonna attack us. Yes, there’s ISIS fighters that the Kurds
are holding and yes, some have Escape, but to say somehow this endangers San Antonio
or Seattle is preposterous.>>But this is what Republicans typically
do. And it’s not just Republicans, every once
in a while you hear it from hawkish Democrats as well. They’ll fear monger in order to garner support
for US imperialism, and in this case, the reason why this op ed, even though I agree
that Trump’s decision was a bad one, this op ed is just dripping with pro-American imperialism. So let me give you a quick, go ahead.>>No, no sure, sure. So I was just gonna say, Trump’s decision
reflects an absence of cultural understanding or historical understanding of the relationship
between the Kurds and Turkey itself, but I’ll let you continue and then I’ll jump in.>>Yeah, just to give you an example of why
I feel this way in regard to what McConnell wrote. He writes the following, there is no substitute
for American leadership. No other nation can match our capability to
spearhead multinational campaigns that can defeat terrorists and help stabilize the region. Libya and Syria both testify to the bloody
results of the Obama administration’s leading from behind. And then he further writes, if we Americans
care at all about the post-World War II international system that has sustained an unprecedented
era of peace, prosperity and technological development. We must recognize that we are its indispensable
nation. We built this system, we sustained it, and
we have benefited from it most of all.>>Okay, so two quick things. One is, there’s a secret reason why he’s writing
this op-ed, it isn’t about Turkey and the Kurds. It isn’t even about ISIS, it isn’t even about
the military industrial complex. That’s the the surface reason. The secret reason is, he’s got an approval
rating in Kentucky of 36%. He’s worried about losing his seat. And at some point, he might have to turn on
Trump. So he’s gotta hang that on something that
is a Republican talking point. He can’t say, I agree with the Democrats on
impeachment. He has to say, look, I can’t stand the Democrats,
they’re the worst. I don’t agree with Pelosi, but look at what
Trump did. Ruining our standing in the world and etc.,
etc. So this op ed, while I happen to disagree
with 80% to 90% of its content, is a very important marker for the Senate Majority Leader,
the most important person that will determine whether Donald Trump stays in office or not,
beginning to turn. If he’s gonna turn, he needs an excuse. This is that excuse. Now, real quick on the substance of it. This whole idea of American imperialism working
in the Middle East is a hilarious joke. I mean, he even says at one point, Syria has
been a model for this increasingly successful approach. Does Syria look like it’s been a model for
a successful approach? It looks like an absolute nightmare and a
disaster for everyone involved, including us. He lives in a different planet, this is neocon
101. On the substance of withdrawing or not withdrawing
in a smart, strategic way I prefer Trump to McConnell.>>Absolutely, so a few different points here. First of all, what Trump did was reckless
and turned his back on the Kurds, who have had their backs turned on systematically by
many different foreign actors for decades, right? However, look at all the fallacies in what
Mitch McConnell stands for and says. A progressive response is one that is against
war, is against endless wars, is pro diplomacy, is pro multilateralism and peace. But is not the same as an arbitrary withdrawal,
leaving our friends to be massacred, right? So look at what Mitch McConnell says and see
how incredibly hypocritical it is. First of all, he criticizes Obama for Obama’s
disastrous actions in Libya, and to a lesser extent in Syria. However, what Obama did in Libya, and again,
a little bit in Syria is exactly what the Republicans have done for decades, and Mitch
McConnell would fully support. He may not have supported some of the implementation
of it, as we know all too well. But this is, Obama implemented the Republican
neo-con action when he invaded Libya, destabilizing the country, human trafficking, organs being
sold and so on, from Bantu Africans and black Africans, like Southern Africans or central
Africans. He says he wants American leadership and that
we have allies in our causes in the Middle East. Who are these allies? And where is the American leadership? Is there any evidence that any of us have
actually seen that American troops in foreign countries actually decreases terrorism in
this country? It actually projects an image that we are
ignorant of these people, we’re interested in colonizing and engaging in imperial activity. And it makes us seem, like almost every major
global poll I’ve read indicates that America is the most feared country in the world, not
ISIS. Not countries like Iran, it’s America that’s
most feared in the world because, we have this myth that we feed ourselves not just
of exceptionalism. But we as some sort of imperial leader of
humanity in the world, when our actions are exactly the opposite. That’s why I support progressive leaders. You all probably know I’ve joined Bernie Sanders’
campaign, because it’s no more endless wars. We need a new approach that is based on multilateralism
and humanity and listening to other people. That’s what we gotta do.>>Absolutely.>>So, yeah.>>Thanks.>>So you mentioned imperialism, colonialism. Donald Trump literally said the other day
that they’re fighting over a bunch of sand anyway, and there’s plenty of sand there. Does anything sound more colonialist than
that? And by the way, also totally not true. Northern Syria doesn’t have a lot of sand. In fact, this part of what is known as the
Fertile Crescent, it’s the opposite. But of course, in the colonial mindset is
it’s a bunch of Arabs fighting there. None of them are average Arabs. They’re not Arabs fighting over sand. It’s not sand, it’s very fertile there literally
in terms of vegetation and farming, etc. So a total misunderstanding of the region,
total lack of homework by Donald Trump. We’ve talked about it 100 times now. But what’s interesting is the Republicans
turning against him, even though it’s for all the wrong reasons. And Dan Crenshaw is another one. Just came out and said that his withdrawal
allowed quote, chaos to ensue. And now that critique is actually more legitimate. That is true, it did lead to chaos. And then even again, Chris Wallace on Fox
News asking, you’re saying this is a cease fire, sounds more like a surrender. And he asked very legitimate questions like,
wait, so does Turkey just have that land now? Is this an occupation, are the Kurds being
driven from that land? And if people are being driven from a land,
there’s another term for that. It’s called ethnic cleansing.>>Yes.>>And so, is that the official US policy
now? So I don’t want this Hobson’s choice of either
permanent imperialism or ethnic cleansing.>>It’s a false choice.>>It’s exactly a false choice. We can actually do smart strategy to withdraw
from the region while empowering our local allies. But do it in a way that is deliberative, so
that we actually can protect our interests and our allies’ interests, and not just blunder
into this chaos.>>And Mitch McConnell ends this op ed saying,
America’s wars will be endless only if America refuses to win them. So what I’d like to ask Mitch McConnell is,
what does winning look like? You tell me, what does winning mean? Is winning what your buddy George Bush did
in Afghanistan and Iraq? I’m not sure there’s been much winning that’s
happened->>Exactly.>>In either country.>>With a pre-emptive war in Iraq, based on
complete and utter lies regarding weapons of mass destruction.>>So Mitch McConnell represents destabilization
of these parts of the world. Donald Trump in a short-term sense, because
of his lack of knowledge or understanding of anything related to the region, it seems,
at least its history, also represents destabilization. We don’t want destabilization. We want compassion, collectivity, and multilateralism.>>So last thing on that. Every once in a while, the right wing says
you guys, it’s a talking point they do, they have Trump derangement syndrome, you’re opposed
to anything Trump does. No, we’re opposed to 90% of what Donald Trump
does, because 90% of it is filled with ignorance, arrogance, and foolishness. But short term, he’s created bigger problems
than McConnell, Crenshaw, and other Republicans. But in the long term, we’re all in agreement
that Trump’s idea withdrawing from the Middle East is much more correct than McConnell’s,
and Crenshaw’s, and the rest of the Republican Party. So no, we evaluate things on a case by case
basis, based on the actual facts of that situation. And the reality is do not, and what I’m worried
about is that a lot of the Democratic Party establishment and certainly the establishment
media is going to get seduced by the arguments of McConnell, simply because they are opposed
to Donald Trump.>>Well, a lot of them have already been seduced
by that idea. And it was well before Donald Trump even came
into office to begin with.>>No, that’s a great point and they’ve been
for perpetual war. And they don’t ask the obvious question that
was just asked, did we win in Afghanistan? What did we win? And McConnell indicates here that he’d like
to be back in Iraq, that it was a terrible idea to withdraw from Iraq. So you want us to go back into Iraq? Are you insane? What did we win in Iraq? But the media never asked those questions,
and it is really stunning that they have dropped the ball on that. Now they say well, it was wrong reasons to
go into Iraq. But you never talk about these absurd Republican
ideas of staying in the Middle East forever, let alone starting a new war with Iran. So no, we evaluate things as they are, not
based on partisan politics or personalities. And yes, in the long run, the idea of getting
out of the Middle East that Trump has is not a wrong one. He just executed it very, very poorly.>>I totally agree. And I gotta add one final thing, and it’s
more directed toward members of the left who have bought into this notion that Donald Trump
does wanna end the endless wars. He has no leg to stand on making that argument,
when he has expanded the Obama era drone strikes. When he continues to engage in that war in
Yemen. He is not an anti-war person.>>And increased the military budget to record
proportions as well.>>Exactly.>>And, great points, guys. And just brought in new troops to Saudi Arabia. Why do we have new US troops in Saudi Arabia? See that’s why guys, look, Trump, if he really
meant withdrawing from the Middle East, like I just told you a second ago. I believe that, I think that is correct, but
he doesn’t believe that. It’s all situational. I got a Trump Tower in Turkey. Look, it could be 1,000 different reasons
why, mainly it’s ignorance. It could be Trump Tower, I don’t know. But for whatever reason, in that moment he’s
like, nah I’m gonna abandon the Kurds and I’m gonna withdraw troops. Now, did he withdraw them out of all of Syria? No, they’re in southeastern Syria right now
anyway. And then he goes and puts new troops in Saudi
Arabia. So where’s the principle? So anyone defending Trump on principles, the
only principle Donald Trump in reality has is what is the benefit of Donald Trump?>>May I just make one last point. I think, and I know you have done great coverage
on this. We should have a lot of compassion and feel
for what’s happening to the Kurdish people. And this is not a new issue. These people have been systematically slaughtered
for decades by all sorts of national force and multinational, different countries, the
Syrians, the Turks, and so on. And they used to be their own country, Kurdistan. It’s just important to understand that the
Kurdish people have been systematically slaughtered for decades. And our reckless actions with our so-called
buddies, who helped us beat ISIS, are now adding to that cause.>>Look, we keep saying last point, but these
are all very important, and I’m gonna add one more to them. So the other day, Donald Trump literally said
that hey, this is good, the Turks are cleaning out the area. It’s an exact reference to ethnic cleansing,
and he said they’re just moving people out. Now if you remember, the Turks also moved
people out of that same area before, and they were the Armenians, and that’s called the
genocide. So he uses that language with no regard and
no knowledge of it. And if he does know it, he doesn’t care. It seems to be celebrating yet another ethnic
cleansing that’s happening in the area. And no one has an answer to the questions
that I’ve been asking, Chris Wallace has been asking. What happens to the citizens that lived in
that area, the Kurds that lived in that area? Is it just the military that has to move out,
or does every single civilian have to be driven out of that area? That is 20 miles deep or 400 kilometers long,
so about 280 miles long. So that is, is it a permanent occupation that
Turkey is going to do with that area? And what happens to those citizens? This does not have a good history. And we keep saying never again, and here it
is. It’s happening today.

100 Comments on "Mitch McConnell TRASHES Trump"


  1. Amazing that Mitch McSatanturtle is upset about his leader screwing the Kurds to aid Russia and Syria but he's FINE with Trump and the Russians screwing Amerika.

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  2. If anyone else on the planet made the same decision Trump did, these clowns would be falling all over themselves praising the decision. But, it’s Trump, so it’s automatically horrible. These people are beyond laughable.

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  3. Ana, such a girl. Looking far too good for the mainstream and smart as fuc*! Cenk always looks good and also has our backs but should endorse Bernie Sanders. Cenk, Warren does not represent the majority of us. Pick a side. We don't want a moderate incrementalist. Bernie Sanders as President will push for getting the money out of politics and will be able to get the majority of the states to back him.

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  4. Turkey is such a shit ally, nothing but bootlickers and disgusting genocide-deniers. They should be kicked out of NATO and sanctioned into oblivion.

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  5. I thought the main fear about the withdrawal was that ISIS prisoners that US forces were holding, would now be released.?? Also, is it possible, that the reason American politicians, particularly Republicans, are so invested in military action, is possibly because many of their donors are connected to the weapons industry.

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  6. …of course a man with bonespurs doesn't have a leg to stand on….and someone keeps biting him on the neck, so give him a break 🙂 Putin hardly let's him sleep.

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  7. Why does everyone keep saying The Orange 🍑 allies…none of those countries that Trump is doing this to,are his allies!! The Only Ally he needs is Russia🤫🤔

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  8. I’m sorry. The initial premise is wrong. ISIS came into being under the Bush Administration when they disbanded the Bathe Party in Iraq and disbanded the Iraqi military. Those displaced, disgruntled Sunni Bathe Party and military personnel became ISIS. It was not Barack Obama who created ISIS. Where Obama was wrong was in underestimating the impact and influence of ISIS.

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  9. “Keeping us safe” is a coercive throwaway line for “if you don’t let us do what we want, they will be here tomorrow and cut your kid’s throats in their sleep”. They’re trying to scare you into not thinking logically.

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  10. Mitch McConnell hasn't changed nor has the Republican party they are simply playing politics and if anyone votes them in again shame on you. But don't believe me look at the history. Okay nice talk

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  11. It’s infuriating that the networks refuse to say anything about Bernie. No doubt, his anti big money crusade is responsible, but, as alleged news agencies, it seems so selective, they should be boycotted.
    Just some thoughts, what do you think? And how can we get more exposure to Bernie’s campaign?

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  12. MOSCOW MITCH…he has obstructed American democracy since 2010. he said he would not allow Dems bills to pass the senate. For 9 years he has done all he could to destroy American way of life. McConnell's wife China Chou were recently caught stashing money in off shore accts. Seize their assets and jail all corrupt politicians with long sentences.

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  13. America makes money off endless wars. Americans are control freaks,back in the 90's when Bill Clinton invaded Haiti for regime change that had nothing to do with the well being of Haitians it had to do with Walt Disney wanting a better price on the manufacture of it's toys. The Middle east is a very valuable area the US is not walking.

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  14. America is the problem of the world and you are all reaping what you have sowed expecially in Africa and the Middle East. Your punishment is idiot trump.

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  15. Of course I have moral outrage when we abandon our allies, but we're talking 28 advisors not troops. The Kurds in this region are a terrorist organization that frequently raid Turkey. Not unlike other terrorist we've aligned with. That's how fighting us done in the middle east. The raid was announced, plenty of time to scatter, and instead of sending in more troops Trump's going to try something different then the "McConnell doctrine". Let's try it….crap..let's give non violent confrontation a chance!!

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  16. You do not understand the whole picture, commentator. Turkey is a NATO member. Do you really think that the U.S. would install Terrorist on a NATO border that U.S. military personal patrol everyday also. You do not understand the whole picture. Turkey is a country that is NATO and is area defined as part of the middle east. So you are not correct in your address. Once Again, a NATO border. Once again the border we are speaking of is a NATO border. You suggest isolation as was a major cause of the U.S. being drawn into WWII and one of the causes of just that War also. You are wrong commentator and I have shared your points in the past.

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  17. I can't speak for all of america but I can speak my mind, it's time!
    DTRumpco & do nothing REPubs are killing us, we truly need a man like Ret. Navy Admiral William McRaven, ( look him up) to run for president & CLEAN HOUSE!
    I listen to his interview an felt he knows what needs to be done to save our country from the current mess DRUmpco & the Do nothing REPubs have put us into….. Open your eyes america!! .

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  18. As you state withdraw out of the middle east so we should with draw Turkey as a NATO member and let the middle east go to war and develop nuclear weapons and do you realize that any nuclear weapon usage in any part of the world would give you your radiation treatment also right here in the United States.

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  19. I just don't like how turkey want a genocide of the Kurds and that's something I don't wanna sit back and watch happen.. Trump act like he wants to end wars but really he don't care we are selling weapons to turkey we still got troops over in the middle east in Iraq, Afghanistan, and now Saudi Arabia.. if he wanted to end wars he would bring all troops home and stop selling weapons to other countries.. if we aren't at war we are helping other go to war.. it amazes me nobody but so few can see threw Donald Trump shit and the republican party is known for their love of war I mean look at Ronald Reagan and George W Bush.. republicans are the reason we still occupy Iraq and Afghanistan to this day..

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  20. O one more very interesting point is chemical and biological agents floating in the weather patterns across the world. Don't forget what you're own children could be exposed to because of some middle eastern strong man would care less about right here in the U.S..

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  21. Ana if our government is CORRUPT how is it that they are helping US defeat anyone in the Middle East? If you can't pause for a second and think about that, would that not make you even dumber than Donald Trump??

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  22. The U.S. government must use a point that is real as is Terrorism to work in areas of the world that will threaten you're children with things that would cause you to feel the need to get involved after the fact and to late to save the damaging effects that floated across the planet into you're children,s food and water and environment, right here in the United States. Do you think me incorrect TYT. Iraq may have been a wrong direction and may not have been. I really don't think that Iraq wanted to fight again. There was a problem in Iraq though.

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  23. 50 percent of ISIS was defeated by Russia so I don't know what the United States talkin about

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  24. If only Trump's father had made an early withdrawal 73 years ago the world wouldn't have been submitted to this disgusting game show host Presidency or his evil offspring.

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  25. That IDIOT is running around waving a WHITE FLAG
    and yelling VICTORY in Syria
    OMG! ITS The President of The United States

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  26. Our world is in chaos your voice is one of the most strong and progressive thank you TYT! we NEED MORE MEDIA LIKE YOU

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  27. His numbers are down in Kentucky , and PRESTO! He starts trying to get on the right side of history before it's too late.

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  28. I really respect Çenk for making the final comment about the region already having suffered a genocide of Armenians and that it's happening again.

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  29. arren's first foray into public policy began in 1995 when she worked to oppose what eventually became a 2005 act restricting bankruptcy access for individuals. Her national profile grew during the late 2000s following her forceful public stances in favor of more stringent banking regulations after the 2007–08 financial crisis. She served as chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and was instrumental in creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, of which she served as the first Special Advisor under President Obama.

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  30. The Kurds didn't help anyone defeat Isis,a top general who was the one who worked with the Kurds has admitted this in a speech,he said "we told the pkk they needed a new brand to be more acceptable to the ppl in the u.s,within a day they came back to me with a new name,they went with the sdf Syrian democratic fighters,I thought that insertion of democratic in the name a stroke of genius" he said with a huge piece of pride on his face,thus we know they are the pkk,and we know the sdf in fact was Isis (they just change names to keep us confused at the request of our government) so how did Isis help defeat Isis chenk?
    I dare you to challenge this as you brag (with glee about your big ego) I will link to the general giving that speech,and then to how the so called white helmets were in fact Isis.

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  31. He left himself some dodging room and show his constitutes he still cares about them also leaving himself dodging room.

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  32. Don’t you guys think for a minute that Moscow Mitch is going to abide by his Constitutional responsibilities on ANY equitable level, remember Meric Garland! Syria means nothing in Mitch’s viewpoint and serves as a “safe harbor” for when Mitch pulls another of his UnConstitutional gambits,(I.e Garland) regarding Trumps upcoming impeachment. Don’t dare think Mitches “turning” has anything with dumping Trump!

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  33. A slow pullout would mean the civilians could have more time to escape the warzone, but the result would be the same: Turkish invasion, and ethnic cleansing. Why don't you take this into account, TYT?

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  34. Turkey have killed alot of people, yet they've tired to wipe out one people. The armieans, they politically party that carried out this genocide was called, the young Turks. Cenk wrote papers denying this genocide happened! Then hired an armiean to co host because, I'm not racist I have Armenian friends.

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  35. Trump got bullied into NOTHING!! He was obeying Putin's orders! Trump is an embecille but he KNEW better. He knows he can act dumb & whats anyone going to do?! Those ignorant "evangelikooks" want WW3 so he made all his pals happy. But we will talk this thing to death while Trump laughs at how he gets away with MURDER!!

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  36. Seen an ad saying who will you vote for president trump or socialist democrat, honestly YouTube very one sided poll. Also Mitch doesn’t have any ground to be against trump not after backing him with everything else so there’s also that.

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  37. 100,000s of US soldiers in the Middle East carrying military occupation, ensure financial hegemony etc. None of that is changed, yet people applauded pulling out (not home, just out of the way) the few dozens peacekeeping troops, who few days ago were gaslighting the Democratic Syrian movement. TYT should not make it sound the least that troops are pulled out.

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  38. Obama, Nobel Peace Prize winner…..Pathetic..and people still worship this man! Must be the drinking water..

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  39. 7:55 The dirty secret, friend, the one the politicians and especially Mitch won't tell you, is they LIKE being feared. They LIKE America being the most feared country, rather than loved or respected. They live for being feared.

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  40. CENK, sir the description is NOT "Ethnic Cleansing" — there is nothing clean or holistic about murder and genocide. Call it what it is and leave these yuppie political verbal subterfuge to the politicians.

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  41. There's roughly 350 million people in America, and yet these vids only get like 300k to 500k views. What's everyone else doing? That should be the story.

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  42. No, the Islamic State rose in Iraq because former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was a terrible leader who never, ever tried to unite the Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq. Maliki, himself a Shiite, went out of his way to marginalize the Sunnis when he was in office. The Islamic State, a Sunni-led, hard-core Islamist group, received enormous support from the Iraqi Sunnis and helped consolidate swaths of territory in western and northern Iraq in the summer of 2014.

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  43. Bitch, are you a journalist? You are there to report the news not give opinions. Identify yourself correctly if you are going go editorialize. Additionally, you have an abrasive voice.

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  44. Most Americans can't point a country on a map how can you expect them to know about US foreign policy… Most are just learning what a Kurd is after this debacle.

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  45. I am a recently retired science teacher, we no longer educate children, we teach a bunch of facts to be recalled on command for a state test. True education teaches people how to think logically and arrive at informed conclusions. People no longer think for themselves, they just join a tribe and push their agenda regardless of truth or not. This is how we get con men like tRUMP!

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  46. I would withdraw TODAY. The US is illegally invading another country. It's like if I took over your backyard. The US should mind it's own business and focus on health care

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  47. Now Kurds, iran, syria and Russia can help build a united mideast to drive out the criminal fascists

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  48. Capitalism pits different groups against each other for control of resources. Only socialism can end this capital madness

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  49. When Money is your ONLY passion and greed drives your acts the innocent suffer and the wealthiest line there bank book. THIS is The prime enemy to our Country. Take Money out of Politics and Medicine.

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  50. JohnCook Australia 🇦🇺. The chinless. wonder. Is coming out of his shell . Watch out Donny boy. The shy is falling .

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  51. It’s in Trump’s legacy to flee from a fight! His granddaddy ran from Germany and changed his name. His daddy ran away from a KKK protest when cops showed up. His son will flee to Russia to avoid prison.

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  52. McConnell said if the President doesn't halt the withdrawal, Russia "will gain more leverage" in the Middle East, Last time something happened like this was Russia invading Afghanistan didn't work out to well for them. It also will eventually do the same for us if we don't stop the endless wars. The only people that gain are the Military Industrial Complex and politicians who are paid under the table. Even this goof lead of the Young Turks has to realize this.

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