© REUTERS / Jonathan ErnstUs President Donald trump at journalists ‘ question about the support of the Kurds against Turkey began in Syria operation, reproached them that they didn’t help US during the Second world war, particularly during the Normandy landings.Allied troops began to land in Northern France in the Normandy landings on 6 June 1944, opening a “second front” against Nazi troops in Europe. The landing was the largest ever amphibious operation.
Yahoo News✔@YahooNewsNEW: Asked about the Kurds, President Trump says they “didnt help us in the Second World War, they didn’t help us with Normandy” and that they’re fighting for “their land.”
The journalist asking the question to Trump, said that the Kurds helped the United States “to defeat the Islamic state (a terrorist group banned in Russia). However, he asked the President of the United States, would it not be harder for the American side to build alliances, given that it was “committed this attack,” a Turkish operation in Syria.After reports of a possible operation of Turkey against the Kurdish forces in Northern Syria, the US announced that they would not participate in it, moreover I take troops from area of operation. Supported by Washington, the Kurds said that the way the US broke the agreements.
“As someone wrote today in a very strong article, they (the Kurds – ed.) didn’t help us during the Second world war, they wouldn’t help us, as an example, in Normandy,” said the us leader told reporters. Video of his speech posted on his Twitter the Yahoo News.In turn, the edition of the Daily Beast notes that the US President referred to the column on conservative website Townhall. The author of this text noted that “the Kurds did not come to help us in Normandy”. Thus, according to the columnist, they have not supported the Americans during the Korean and Vietnam wars, and during the military campaign in Afghanistan.”We spent huge amounts of money to help the Kurds in terms of ammunition, weapons, money and payments. However, we like the Kurds… They are fighting for their land,” added trump.Turkey began the operation on October 9, causing air strikes on two settlements in Syria. Later, it was announced about the beginning of the ground operation. According to the TV SAR, eight civilians were killed and 20 were injured. Damascus has repeatedly condemned the occupation policy of Turkey in Northern Syria.