Daily Caller | Sep 19, 2020 | 0
2/21/20 Daniel Lazare on Erdogan’s Military Adventure in Syria
Daniel Lazare discusses the problems facing Turkish President Recep Erdogan, who is dealing with a troubled economy, declining political popularity at home, and failing military excursions abroad. Lazare and Scott also talk about the failure of President Trump to deliver on his foreign policy promises, instead allowing himself to be bought by zionist donors like Sheldon Adelson, just like any other Republican. Trump’s presidency has been characterized by the same pro-Israel, pro-Saudi, interventionist policies as the last few administrations. Even if he wins a second term, he’s running out of time to change things in the way he pledged he would.
Discussed on the show:
“Erdogan’s Excellent Syrian Adventure” (Antiwar.com Original)”Turkey Kills Over 50 Syrian Troops” (News From Antiwar.com)”Tactical Nukes: Armageddon on the Installment Plan” (Antiwar.com Original)
Daniel Lazare is the author of The Frozen Republic: How the constitution is Paralyzing Democracy and a regular contributor at Consortium News. Find all of his work at his website and follow him on Twitter @dhlazare.
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