Promises Made, Promises KEPT; Remaining ISIS Fighters Stand In Line To Surrender To US Backed Forces

A little over 2 years ago candidate Trump ran on several key points including much stronger border security, balancing unfair trade deals, eradicating ISIS and many more key issues that have crippled the nation on multiple fronts.

As news of strong and fair trade deals emerge and border wall progress is shown from recent reports, this huge bit of news is sure to add to the growing truth that the President Trump if following through on each and every promise made during his campaign for President of the United States.

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Hours after the United States led a bombardment against the militants on the banks of the Euphrates River the soldiers surrendered, The Daily Mail reported.

At least 36 trucks and two buses were seen leaving the area through a humanitarian corridor from the militants’ last patch of territory in the remote village of Baghouz near the Iraqi border.

They were escorted by gun-mounted trucks belonging to the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

Some 300 IS militants, along with hundreds of civilians believed to be mostly their families, have been under siege for more than a week in the tent camp in Baghouz.

As reported by The Sun, The pummeling by coalition forces was designed to force the militants to allow civilians to leave the area.

SDF spokesman Mustafa Bali said the airstrikes were meant to pressure the remaining terrorists into letting the last civilians out.

“If we succeed in evacuating all the civilians, at any moment we will take the decision to storm Baghouz or force the terrorists to surrender,” Bali told reporters.

“We evaluate the White House decision … positively,” co-chair of foreign relations in the region Abdulkarim Omar, told Reuters.

“This decision may encourage other European states, particularly our partners in the international coalition against terrorism, to keep forces in the region,” he said.

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“I believe that keeping a number of American troops and a larger number of (other) coalition troops, with air protection, will play a role in securing stability and protecting the region too,” he said.

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