The administration of US President Donald Trump is in conflict with intelligence agencies over deploying American troops to Syria to fight the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group, an American political analyst in Virginia says.
“Right now there’s a great deal of conflict within the American government itself; the Trump administration and what we call the ‘deep state’ or conventional intelligence services are heavily in conflict with one another,” said Keith Preston, the chief editor of AttacktheSystem.com.
“We saw that (conflict) this week with the resignation of the national security advisor, General Micheal Flynn; so there’s a great deal of turmoil within the foreign policy apparatus of the United States,” Preston told Press TV on Thursday.
CNN reported on Wednesday that the US Defense Department may recommend that the United States deploy regular combat troops to Syria to fight Daesh terrorists.
“It’s possible that you may see conventional…