U.S President Donald Trump has said that he wants to bring back American forces engaged in the endless wars, emphasising that it was one of the promises he made during his 2016 Presidential campaign.
"We want to bring our troops back home. It's been many many years. It's been decades, in many cases. We want to bring our troops back home. I got elected on that. If you go back and look at our speeches, I would say we want to bring our troops back home from these endless wars," Trump told reporters at the White House.
Trump's comments came a day after the White House announced the withdrawal of the U.S troops from Syria's northern border.
The US' move effectively abandons the Kurds, who were America's main ally in the fight against the ISIS.
During the 2016 presidential campaign,Trump had promised to bring back the American troops from Syria and Afghanistan.
During his interaction with the reporters, Trump said with the endless wars now the US forces were doing policing and not fighting.
"The U.S is like a police force over there , he said in reference to Syria.
We're policing. We're not fighting; we're policing. We're not a police force. We're the greatest military force ever assembled because of what I've done over the last three years with USD2.5 trillion, he said.