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Sen. John Cornyn of Texas defended President Trump's widely panned decision to abandon U.S.-allied Kurdish forces in northern Syria.
“Let someone else fight over this long-bloodstained sand,” the president said.
The Kremlin also said the United States had been the closest ally of the Kurdish fighters but had now betrayed them.
Kurdish civilians showed they were crushed by the betrayal of President Donald Trump's withdrawal of American forces from Syria ahead of Turkey's invasion.
The U.S. negotiated a short cease-fire this week to stop the fighting in Syria, but the deal was largely seen as a win for Turkey.
Both sides have accused each other of repeatedly violating the U.S.-brokered cease-fire.
At least six Kurds, including children, reportedly suffered severe burns.
Pulling out of Syria is a "grave strategic mistake," the Senate majority leader warned in an op-ed.
There were intermittent clashes in Ras al-Ayn but relative calm elsewhere since Thursday night, when Turkey and the U.S. agreed to a five-day cease-fire.
At his campaign rally in Dallas, the president brought up Turkey's agreement to temporarily pause its attacks on Kurdish-held northern Syria.
"The Daily Show" dug up the president's comments last year that he would "never forget" the Kurds' sacrifice in the battle against ISIS.
The president called it "rough love."
Vice President Mike Pence trumpeted the deal as a "cease-fire," but Turkey disputed that characterization.
President Donald Trump wrote a strange letter to the Turkish president advising the foreign leader not to be a "tough guy" or a "fool."