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‘Say his name’: Marco Rubio shredded for bemoaning disaster in Syria — without once mentioning Trump

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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Monday once again found himself getting pounded by his Twitter followers after he bemoaned the humanitarian disaster unfolding in Syria without once placing the blame on President Donald Trump.

Writing on Twitter, Rubio outlined the horrific situation in northern Syria that occurred just over a week after the president gave Turkey the green light to invade.

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“ISIS killers will now escape and boost chances of a resurgence,” Rubio wrote. “One of [the] few moderate pro-U.S. groups in region now allied with Assad & Putin. Syria’s future now controlled by Russia and Iran. A significant blow to Israel’s security and boost to Iran’s goal of regional dominance.”

Nowhere in his tweet storm did Rubio once mention that this entire situation was sparked by Trump’s decision to abandon America’s Kurdish allies last week, which set off a calamitous chain of events that has resulted in the release of previously imprisoned Islamic State fighters, as well as the mass slaughter of the Kurds.

George Conway, the husband of Trump White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, called out Rubio for being too cowardly to tell the truth about the president’s actions.

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“Say his name,” Conway wrote.

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Several of Rubio’s other followers had similar reactions — check out their responses below.

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Trump’s ‘deep state’ conspiracy theories are going down the drain — thanks to his own appointees

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