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White House chaos jeopardizes war on ISIS, U.S. commanders warn

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Hours of interviews with senior U.S. officials on the ground in Syria about the anti-ISIS mission revealed a profound sense of frustration, bordering on anger.

Some U.S. commanders say what they perceive as a lack of guidance from the White House — which sent Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster packing in a 9-day span — is threatening their mission to destroy ISIS. Cracks are showing in America's alliance with the Kurds of northern Syria, who question whether they can rely on the U.S. under President Donald Trump.

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