On the eve of returning to the limelight, Donald J. Trump was pleased to hear that members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who had pledged allegiance to Joe Biden have reconsidered loyalties after learning that the self-proclaimed president wants to deploy more American troops on foreign soil, Real Raw News has learned.
A source in Trump’s inner circle told RRN that Trump heard of the plan and the growing rift from Marine Corps. commandant David H. Berger, a Trump loyalist and critic of Biden’s foreign policy agenda. According to our source, Gen. Berger told Trump that Biden’s motives for wanting to surge US troops to the Middle East had nothing to do with peacekeeping and everything to do with securing the Rumaila oil field, a mammoth reserve holding an estimated 17 billion barrels of crude in southern Iraq.
“Sleepy Joe showed the Joint Chiefs a Feb 10 CIA study showing that, in the wake of Trump’s absence, ISIS made a comeback in southern Iraq. The study said ISIS might seize the oil field in the near future, and apparently that caused Biden worry,” our source said.
If the report is correct, indeed ISIS’s ranks have swelled by 30% since Trump left office. His departure from the Oval Office, the report deduced, emboldened ISIS’s fractured leadership to hold massive recruitment drives across the Middle East.
Until Trump took office, the Rumaila field had been a US strategic asset. Trump’s predecessor, the criminal Barack Hussein Obama, guarded the field with US Special Forces, 63 of whom were killed protecting foreign oil.
In 2017, Trump, as part of his plan to make the US energy self-sufficient, withdrew US forces, saying Iraq had taken advantage of America’s generosity and that the US would cease financing “bad investments.”
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