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WASHINGTON: Six months after President Donald Trump said that he wants U.S. troops out of Syria, his top officials are hammering home what has become increasingly obvious: The United States isn't going anywhere.The U.S. military has been involved in Syria since late 2014 and now has more than 2,000 troops in the country, mainly working to train and advise local Kurdish and Syrian Arab fighters.With war still raging in Afghanistan 17 years since the U.S.-led invasion, and thousands of U.S. troops stationed in Iraq after the U.S. invaded in 2003, the prospect of a yet another open-ended engagement worries some.
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