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· Mattis says heâ€™s 'appalled' at Trump's response to Floyd protests →
The criticism was all the more remarkable because Mattis has generally kept a low profile since retiring as defence secretary in December 2018 to protest Trump's Syria policy.
The New York Times
· Mattis Accuses Trump of Dividing the Nation in a Time of Crisis →
But his refusal to publicly denounce Mr. Trump since his resignation — over the president’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria — earned him criticism even from some longtime admirers.
The New York Times
· Mark Esper Breaks With Trump on Using Troops Against Protestors →
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, in his harshest criticism of Mr. Trump since he resigned in protest in December 2018 over Mr. Trump’s decision to withdraw American troops from eastern Syria, offered a withering denunciation of the president’s leadership.
· George Floyd killing: ex-defense secretary condemns Trump's handling of protests – live →
Mattis resigned over Trump’s attempts to withdraw troops from Syria.
· The Atlantic Daily: James Mattis Speaks Out →
In his statement, Mattis, who resigned in December 2018 to protest the president’s Syria policy, backs the protesters.
· Trump trying to 'divide' America: Former defence secretary Mattis →
Mattis, who resigned in December 2018 over Trump's ordering of a full troop withdrawal from Syria, also voiced support for the demonstrators whose anti-racism rallies have roiled the country.
· US rivals return fire on human rights after George Floyd protests →
“The crime committed against this black man is the same thing the US has been doing against all the world,” he said, citing Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Vietnam.
· James Mattis Denounces President Trump, Describes Him as a Threat to the Constitution →
James Mattis, the esteemed Marine general who resigned as secretary of defense in December 2018 to protest Donald Trump’s Syria policy, has, ever since, kept studiously silent about Trump’s performance as president.
The China Post
· UN envoy holds cease-fire talks with Libya’s eastern forces →
Mercenaries, mainly from the Syria battlefield, are now fighting on both sides and complicating the already complex proxy war, according to U.N. experts.