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we're gonna be watching and watching closely president Donald Trump in a CBS interview aired Sunday said that despite his criticism of the decision to invade Iraq one of the greatest mistake so we've ever made it was important to keep a U. S. military presence there so that Washington can keep a close eye on Iran we spent a fortune on building this incredible based we might as well keep it and one of the reasons I want to keep it is because I want to be looking a little bit at a rental I want to do is be able to watch we have an unbelievable and expensive military base built in Iraq it's perfectly situated for looking at all over different parts of the troubled Middle East rather than pulling up and this is what a lot of people don't understand we're going to keep watching and we're going to just keep seeing and if this trouble if somebody's looking to do nuclear weapons or other things we got a note before they do trump also double down on his disagreement with U. S. intelligence chiefs who said Iran was not developing nuclear weapons I want them to give me their opinion but when I look at Iran I look at a ran as a nation , that has caused tremendous problem so when my intelligence people tell me how wonderful ran as if you don't mind I'm going to just go by my own cash in the interview truck defended his decision to withdraw troops from Syria we have one against ISIS and said some of the troops will go to a rock as we gain the remainder the final remainder of the caliphate of the area %HESITATION there'll be going to our base in Iraq and ultimately some will become an Islamic state now holds only a couple of villages in Syria having lost almost all its territory in twenty seventeen in a separate incident over the weekend Syrian state media said U. S. led coalition jets hit a Syrian army position in the area where Islamic state militants are making their last stand a spokesman for the coalition said it's a local allies acted in self defense after being fired on a clash that highlighted the serious risks of operating in an area crowded with rival forces including militia backed by Russia