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Post by Ssmith on Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:43 am



Someone may have already reported this, I'm a little behind watching the tape. The pres. is having a press conference.(Wednesday) He called on someone who was a Curd from Iraq and he asked since they had fought so hard to help defeat Isis, what was the US going to do to reward them (or something like that). The president dodged the question but said twice that they are working on that right now. That's all he would say. I know what I want to think he was talking about. Time will tell.

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