Iran is willing to give reassurances on not seeking nuclear arms and accept changes to its 2015 nuclear accord if the United States returns to the deal and lifts sanctions, a government spokesman said on Wednesday.
Ron: 'The president claims he's fulfilling a promise to stop America's "endless wars," said the Washington Post, and he's indicated that he might pull all 1,000 U.S. troops out of Syria. But, unlike the massive operations in Afghanistan or Iraq, Syria has been a "light-footprint, low-cost operation--and a striking success." By backing SDF fighters with our air power and Special Operations Troops, we've destroyed ISIS's would-be caliphate and prevented Iran from entrenching it's forces along Israel's border with Syria. In five years, only 17 U.S. soldiers have been killed in action in Syria and Iraq combined.' --The Week, Oct. 18, 2019