US President Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump said that he wanted to kill Syrian President Bashar Al Ashad three years ago in 2017 itself.
- Last Updated:September 16, 2020, 8:47 PM IST
Assad’s murder was also mentioned in a book
In 2018, the book ‘Fear’ by New York Times Senior Journalist Bob Woodward was published. According to this book, Trump ordered Mattis to assassinate Assad. However, he later retracted from it. Trump later said that I never thought nor should such things be written in the book.
Trump retracted by saying this about the Syrian leaderThe specialty of Donald Trump is that he often says things contrary to what has happened elsewhere. Contrary to what he said on Tuesday about Assad, things were different. Trump had previously said for Assad that I had never followed the Syrian leader (Trump did not call Assad the president). Assad is accused of killing thousands of innocent Syrians.
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