Our soldiers are not in harm’s way,
as they shouldn’t be, as two countries fight over land.
That has nothing to do with us and the Kurds are much safer
right now but the Kurds know how to fight and as I said,
they’re not angels, they’re not angels. If you take a look –you have
to go back and take a look– but they fought with us,
we paid a lot of money for them to fight with us and that’s okay, they did well
when they fought with us; they didn’t do so well
when they didn’t fight with us, so… So I view for the situation on the
Turkish border with Syria to be for the United States
strategically brilliant. Our soldiers are out of there,
our soldiers are totally safe, they’ve got to work it out.
Maybe they can do without fighting. Syria’s protecting the Kurds, that’s good.
We are– and by the way every player hates ISIS, everybody we’re talking about.
Syria more than us. Russia more than us.
They’ve done a big number on Russia and we’re over there fighting ISIS
but they’re over there fighting ISS too, they can handle it and
they should handle it. The thing that’s common is that
everybody hates ISIS. Now the PKK which is a part of the Kurds as you know
is probably worse at terror and more of a terrorist threat in many ways than ISIS.
So it’s a very semi-complicated, not too complicated if you’re smart,
but it’s a semi-complicated problem.