US Ambassador Bill Roebuck, the special envoy for the anti-ISIS campaign in Syria, sent a scathing memo to the Trump administration, criticizing it for not doing enough stop the Turkish military assault into the Syrian border that led to "what can only be described as war crimes and ethnic cleansing."The 3,200 word memo, which was obtained by The New York Times, was dated October 31 and delivered to representatives in the State Department, the White House, and Defense Department."This situation on the northern border is in some ways a sideshow of that larger catastrophe," Roebuck wrote. "But it is a catastrophic sideshow and it is to a significant degree of our making."Roebuck adds that President Donald Trump"s decision to protect oil fields in northern Syria is "a good one," but adds it may


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