Who is barack obama dating

09-Jun-2019 04:23

The former president (well, actually his office) continues to respond to wedding invitations -- even though he's left the White House.

Apparently mail forwarding is one government function that has avoided the DC gridlock. May this special time be blessed with love, laughter, and happiness.

We wish you all the best as you embark on your journey together, and we hope your bond grows stronger with each passing year.

The nine-month siege to recapture Mosul started in October last year and Brian Mc Keon, a senior Pentagon policy official, said the Obama strategy worked but not as quickly as had been hoped.

Before the coalition came in to provide training, an officer speaking to the said Iraqi troops would often run without a fight, abandoning US-provided weaponry "surprising even Isis".

"We needed an army that could fight conventionally," the officer said.

Mr Trump has also ramped up operations against Isis and its affiliates in Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia.

Similar tactics to the ones set-out in Iraq under the Obama administration were already being employed in Syria, where coalition officials have trained a Kurdish-Arab alliance called the Syrian Democratic Forces to fight against Isis.

The nine-month siege to recapture Mosul started in October last year and Brian Mc Keon, a senior Pentagon policy official, said the Obama strategy worked but not as quickly as had been hoped.Before the coalition came in to provide training, an officer speaking to the said Iraqi troops would often run without a fight, abandoning US-provided weaponry "surprising even Isis"."We needed an army that could fight conventionally," the officer said.Mr Trump has also ramped up operations against Isis and its affiliates in Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia.Similar tactics to the ones set-out in Iraq under the Obama administration were already being employed in Syria, where coalition officials have trained a Kurdish-Arab alliance called the Syrian Democratic Forces to fight against Isis.Last week, Donald Trump reportedly rejected the US military's plan for tackling Isis because it was too similar to Barack Obama's.