Analysts have said that the latest remarks by USA officials regarding the Syrian regime of President Bashar Al-Assad suggests that Washington is taking a stricter line as a result of his ongoing rights violations, Al-Watan.com reported on Sunday.
According to the Post, Trump made a decision to end the program nearly a month ago after meeting with the national security adviser and the director of the Central Intelligence Agency. During the Trump-Putin meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit, both leaders reached a ceasefire agreement for southwest Syria.
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Even a former US official who supports the CIA's program lamented in a 2015 interview with the BBC that the rebels were not "ideologically pure", and noted that "in wars like [this], there is no black and white".
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"It's a very unfair playing field and you see what that's doing to department stores all over the country", Trump said, as cited by Politico.
Former president Barack Obama approved the rebel aid programme in 2013 as various insurgent groups sought external support in a general uprising against the Assad regime.
"As of July 3,  we are now training about 60 fighters", Carter acknowledged.