An ally of President Trump is urging him to consider changing his course in pulling troops out of Syria after a suicide attack on U.S. troops. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said he hopes Trump will "look long and hard at what we're doing in Syria." Two American troops and two U.S. civilians were among 19 people killed in the attack in the northern city of Manbij. ISIS reportedly claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attack. It was the first attack on U.S. forces since President Trump said he would withdraw American troops from Syria.
It's the first such attack on U.S. forces since President Trump announced he would withdraw American troops from Syria. The United States Central Command confirmed two soldiers, a civilian and a military contractor were killed and three other troops were wounded. The deadly attack revived the debate in Congress over the President's exit strategy.