Pat Robertson: Trump could risk ‘losing a charge of heaven’ with Syria decision

WASHINGTON — Longtime televangelist and fan to a president Pat Robertson said Trump is “in risk of losing a charge of heaven” over his proclamation that American army will lift out of a segment of Syria. 

Calling Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an a dictator and a thug, Robertson pronounced that he is “absolutely confounded that a United States is going to misuse those approved army in northern Syria, that we are presumably going to concede a Turkish to come in opposite a Kurds.”

“To contend that (Erdo?an) is an fan of America is nonsense. He is in it for himself,” Robertson said. 

The White House announced late Sunday that “Turkey will shortly be relocating brazen with a long-planned operation into Northern Syria. The United States Armed Forces will not support or be concerned in a operation.” Erdo?an considers a Kurdish army terrorists associated with insurgents inside his country.

Robertson, who combined a Christian Broadcast Network and is horde of a 700 Club, done a comments during Monday’s show.

Though Robertson has been a unchanging Trump defender, he continued to slice a decision, observant that “the president, who authorised (Washington Post publisher Jamal) Khashoggi to be cut in pieces but any repercussions whatsoever, is now permitting a Christians and a Kurds to be massacred by a Turks.” 

“And we trust — and we wish to contend this with good gravity — a President of a United States is in risk of losing a charge of sky if he permits this to happen,” he concluded. 

Robertson’s critique joins a flurry of critique around a Syria preference from GOP lawmakers and commentators. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said “a steep withdrawal of U.S. army from Syria would usually advantage Russia, Iran, and a Assad regime.” Sen. Lindsey Graham who labeled a President’s pierce as “irresponsible” and a “stain on America’s honor.” Both have been brave allies to a president.

Fox and Friends Host Brian Kilmeade was visibly dissapoint with a preference on Monday’s show and called Trump’s preference “disastrous.” He questioned because any destiny fan would wish to side with a U.S, exclaiming, “What kind of summary is that?” 

The boss has defended the plan, revelation reporters in a Roosevelt Room Monday that “It’s time to come behind home.”

“We’re 7,000 miles away,” Trump said. “I campaigned on a fact that we was going to move a soldiers home.”

Robertson once declared that Trump was “God’s male for this job.” Trump typically receives high regard from a Christian-right, and evangelicals strongly support him.  

A new consult showed 77% of white devout Protestants approve of Trump’s opening while those who report attending church weekly were some-more expected to approve than those who attend reduction often, 81% contra 73%.

Contributing: David Jackson, John Fritze, William Cummings, Deirdre Shesgreen, Ben Tobin

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