O.K., tell everybody in Donald’s administration that same thing.
But then I hear there’s already 10,000 troops there…~TS
By Makada Duncanson | The American Mirror
Gorka blasted the notion that a limited Tomahawk missile strike in any way precipitates full-on intervention.
“It makes no sense — the idea that we are mired in something when we take an action that last 15 minutes,” Gorka said. To compare it with Iraq or Afghanistan “is just a salacious analogy … we are not mired in anything,” Gorka said.
Trump’s decision to attack Syria is, according to Gorka, motivated not by a desire to dive headfirst into the Syrian swamp, but a desire to project American power.
Gorka explained how he believed the strike on Syria was meant to show strength to Russia and China.
“Think about what happened since then, Vladimir Putin didn’t want to meet with us, well he did,” said Gorka, speaking of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent meeting with Russian President Putin in Moscow.
He also pointed out China’s recent decision to suspend coal imports from North Korea.
“These are not accidental issues,” said Gorka. “This is the master of the art of the deal.”