Donald Trump vows to finish Africa's 'vicious' conflicts

Media captionThe US personality says “few would understand” Africa’s problems

US President Donald Trump has vowed to assistance finish “vicious and violent” conflicts on a African continent.

“Africa right now has got problems like few people would even understand,” he pronounced during a Nato limit press conference.

“It is so sad, it is so infamous and violent,” he said, earnest that his idea was to build adult a US infantry and move assent to a world.

The US is active in counter-terrorism operations and training African infantry to quarrel jihadists in a Sahara.

The 72-year-old US personality was vocalization after a two-day limit in Brussels, where he pronounced Nato allies had concluded to boost their infantry spending.

‘We wish assent in Africa’

His comments about Africa’s problems came after a Tunisian publisher voiced thankfulness for US efforts in North Africa, where several Islamist belligerent groups operate.

The boss pronounced a continent had “got things going on there that nobody could trust in this room”.

“If we saw some of a things that we see by comprehension – what’s going on in Africa – it is so sad, it is so infamous and violent,” he said.

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“We wish assent for Africa. We wish assent all over a world. That’s my series one idea – assent all over a universe and we are building adult a extensive infantry since we unequivocally trust by strength we get peace.”

Mr Trump pronounced that a US was “going to have a infantry like we never had before”.

But his remarks have drawn some critique on amicable media – and come 7 months after he was purported to have used a word “shithole” to report African nations. He denied that he was racist.

Commentators on Twitter suggested he was reinforcing Western stereotypes of a continent, with one Kenyan publisher implying he was genuine not to realize that Africa had 54 countries.

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Twitter post by @emcleans: There are 54 countries in Africa! So that Africa is this has got “problems like few people would understand.”?Trump vows to finish 'vicious' African conflicts  around @BBCNewsImage Copyright @emcleans

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Another tweeter suggested that an American propagandize sharpened was as infamous as any dispute in Africa.

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Twitter post by @AllanGolombek1: If Trump thinks Africa is infamous and violent, he should see an American propagandize when a mass killer is on a rampage.Image Copyright @AllanGolombek1

BBC Africa match Alastair Leithead says a US has about 7,000 infantry crew in Africa and 34 particular bases or entertainment posts opposite a continent – and substantially many some-more tip facilities.

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Last year, 4 members of a US special army were killed in an waylay in Niger.

It was a largest detriment of American infantry life in Africa since a “Black Hawk Down” killings in Somalia 25 years ago.

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