Accused of candidates Republicans for the presidency in the United States President Barack Obama to show weakness in the US policy in Syria, following the announcement of the deployment of less than fifty soldiers from the Special Operations Forces on the ground in northern Syria, in the coming weeks. He questioned the Republicans in the lead sending a small number of Special Operations Syrian forces to a big difference without the presence of a coherent strategy broadly, arguing that the announcement represents a retreat from the Obama pledged not to send ground troops to Syria. He said Senator Marco Rubio, the problem lies not in the methods adopted by the Obama administration that, but lies in the 'strategic What ? '. For his part, Senator Lindsey Graham, Obama's move as' failure on all fronts ', and said that US Special Forces bound' to a very bad spot without having the opportunity to gain '. He said that what anticipated to open Obama administration' is the delivery of Syria to Russia and Iran, and to make sure that we will not destroy the organization of the Islamic state at all during Obama's presence and the transfer of this mess to the next president. " The Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, it has expressed concern over the 'gradient policy' pursued by Obama in Syria, calling for the existence of 'a real strategy to eliminate regulation State and eliminate (Syrian President Bashar) al-Assad. 'launched a Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who leads in opinion polls on the rest of the candidates in Hzbeh- a sharp attack on Obama, he said,' I think that we have a president does not know what to do simply. "He also criticized Sen. John McCain, Obama's decision, considered that "limited and inadequate ', and adopted the' head does not have yet any strategy realistic and coherent 'in Syria. Over the years the crisis in Syria, Obama questioned the military intervention theory, and refused to officially send troops there, preferring bombing Air in the framework of an international coalition formed in the summer of 2014. In August / August 2014 Obama acknowledged at a news conference that there is no 'strategy' for Syria, repeated tirelessly that he would not send American troops to this country.
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