“Chris Hayes Asks: What would America do?” Reply


MSNBC

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“U.S. to defend western-trained ‎Syria forces”


CBS NEWS

WASHINGTON —The use of airstrikes has been authorized by President Obama in order to defend a U.S. trained force of Syrian rebels if it comes under attack from other military forces, including the Bashar Assad regime, U.S. officials said.

The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that U.S. officials had made the decision after months of debating the role of the U.S. military in relation to its allies in theSyrian crisis. The officials had been careful about any such confrontation because of the risk of bringing the American military into conflict with Assad’s forces. MORE

“War on ISIS enters new phase with Turkey base”


MSNBC

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“Captured ISIS Fighter: Joining Extremists in Syria Ruined My Life”


NBC NEWS

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“Report: ISIS steps up use of chemicals on battlefields in Iraq and Syria”


CNN

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“Military Analysts Warn That Donald Trump’s Deranged Plan to Bomb Iraq Oil Fields Is Trouble”


POLITICUS USA

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“ISIS defeat could give coalition blueprint for success”


CNN

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“US Iraq mission creep an eerie echo of Vietnam”


MSNBC

Senator Chris Murphy talks with Rachel Maddow about the comparison between the U.S. involvement in Iraq and the war in Vietnam, and offers his reaction to the deployment of more U.S. personnel to Iraq while Congressional leadership ducks playing a role.

Senator Chris Murphy talks with Rachel Maddow about the comparison between the U.S. involvement in Iraq and the war in Vietnam, and offers his reaction to the deployment of more U.S. personnel to Iraq while Congressional leadership ducks playing a role.

“US reportedly to send hundreds more to Iraq, Congress remains mum” 1


Dion Nissenbaum, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, talks with Rachel Maddow about breaking news that the United States will be sending hundreds more troops to Iraq to establish a new military base and help retake the city of Ramadi from ISIS.

Dion Nissenbaum, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, talks with Rachel Maddow about breaking news that the United States will be sending hundreds more troops to Iraq to establish a new military base and help retake the city of Ramadi from ISIS.

MSNBC

” Pentagon: 10,000 ISIS fighters killed in Iraq, Syria”


MSNBC

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