Final U.S. Troops Depart From Somalia as America First Foreign Policy Takes Shape

The U.S. military has officially sent its last remaining troops home from Somalia, ending a long occupation of the third-world African nation.

War Party cheerleaders are whining that U.S. troops departing from Somalia will help the terrorists. The radically Islamic al-Shabab terror group is being used as the bogeyman to justify endless military intervention in Somalia.

U.S. Africa Command spokesman Col. Chris Karns would not say whether or not troops would return to Somalia after the Joe Biden regime assumes power.

“It would be inappropriate for us to speculate or engage in hypotheticals,” Karms said.

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Although President Trump’s record is far from perfect, he has tried to bring troops home in certain countries throughout his presidency and exposed the existence of the military-industrial complex:

President Donald Trump sat down for an interview on Fox News with Steve Hilton of “The Next Revolution” where the host attempted to goad the President into supporting aggressive wars, but the hawkish host heard a different tune than he was expecting.

Hilton referenced an alleged conversation between Trump and neoconservative Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) where the two men apparently agreed on foreign military invasions but disagreed on exactly where to invade.

“Where does he want to invade, but more importantly, where do you invade?” Hilton asked the President.

Trump disagreed with the characterization that he wanted to invade any country militarily, and expressed his desire for America to triumph over other countries in trade rather than through armed conflict.

“I want to invade, if I have to, economically,” Trump said. “We have created a much stronger country economically than when I took it over… I was in Louisiana opening up a $10 billion dollar LNG plant that would have never been approved under another type of administration,” Trump said.

“We have tremendous power economically. If I can solve things economically, that’s the way I want to do it,” Trump added.

Trump doubled-down from there, explaining that despite his push for a stronger military that takes care of the troops, he wants to avoid any wars caused by the “military-industrial complex” that President Dwight D. Eisenhower once warned about before leaving office.

“Well, I’m the one that talks about these wars that are 19 years and people are just there, and don’t kid yourself, we do have a military-industrial complex. They do like war!” Trump exclaimed.

Biden is likely to expand the U.S. presence throughout the world after he seizes control of the presidency. The empire will strike back on Jan. 20.

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