The director of the US Bureau of Innovation, Jared Kouchner, today is the chief adviser to US President Donald Trump, who has been married to Ivanka’s daughter since 2009 at the age of 36. He is a Democrat and has completed his studies at Harvard and New York, and holds a master’s degree in business administration. He has succeeded in his sophisticated investment projects and has now become a trusted adviser to President Trump . His mandate is very strong. He resigned as a White House adviser after playing the role of one of Trump’s senior advisors. He has played a key role in developing a strategy. digital media. In 2007, Kouchner bought the most expensive real estate in US history.
On his visit to Iraq recently, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joseph Danford, invited Kouchner to travel with him to Iraq, and arrived on April 4 as the White House’s senior adviser. Kouchner spoke with the navy commander before leaving Ramstein Air Base.
Danford spokesman Greg Hicks said he was traveling on behalf of President Donald Trump to express his support and commitment to the Government of Iraq and the US personnel currently involved in the military campaign against Da’ash. It seems clear that Trump instructed his adviser and his confidence in this visit, in order to expand the spheres of influence increasing continuously, after the call of Iraqi Prime Minister, Haidar
|“Kouchner has a long-term portfolio, which is part of the Trump Interior Department”|
Abadi, to Washington, and inform him of the new American political desires. It seems clear that Iraq has returned and has become a new American sphere of influence, especially after Ivanka Trump and Jared Kouchner were crowned in a hidden throne in Iraq, and a growing influence in the field of influence to keep Iran away from its foes for years. Hux said Kouchner was invited to meet with Iraqi leaders and senior US advisers, and to visit US forces in the field, to receive updated information about the operations. Kouchner is expected to return to the United States soon, a senior administration official told CNN.
The New York Times reported for the first time on the trip of Jared Kouchner, Trump’s chief adviser, that he had received a gift from Iraqi Defense Minister Irfan Hayali at the Defense Ministry in Baghdad. His visit is very important for establishing his new role in the White House, and to prove that his role will not be less than his leadership of the Office of “American Innovation” in the White House. In addition to other duties in the Department, he was appointed peace envoy to the Middle East.
Since taking office, Trump has spoken infrequently about Iraq or his policy there. He has said that the United States is “doing very well in Iraq,” which is still engulfed in violence and unrest, trapped by Iran’s heavy restrictions that Trump is now destroying, Iranian leaders such as the octopus in Iraq towards Syria, and Trump’s current trends against Iran and its plans are receiving attention around the world.
Kouchner’s visit comes after US military officials admitted that the United States was likely to be behind an air strike that killed dozens of Iraqi civilians in Mosul on March 17. The incident renewed concern after the US-led air campaign against ” , And the painful incident came from giving wrong coordinates from the Iraqis.
There seems to be a direct connection between Trump and his adviser, Kouchner, with the latter expressing his optimism
|“Al-Da’ash issued convictions against Trump and described him as idiot, because he does not know Syria, Iraq and Islam”|
On the long-term American alliance with the Iraqi army, and his campaign to restore Mosul from the organization of Dahedh, where he visited the base of Bath al-Alil, about 16 km south of the city of Mosul. During his two-day visit to Iraq, Kouchner listened to information on the ground through an executive briefing of Iraqi and American leaders. To make sure Trump was the closest to the ground, Abadi’s picture of Iraq’s situation in Trump was rosy, Linked to Iran, according to US observers.
The trip showed that Kouchner has a long-term portfolio, which is part of the Trump Chamber of the Interior, and has given him a wide range of internal and external policy responsibilities, including working towards a Middle East peace agreement. Trump will build on Kushner’s views on Iraq, in particular ways to speed up the US-led coalition campaign, which officials say has so far succeeded in uprooting the Da’ash militants in Iraq and Syria. Mosul is the largest city that continues to crumble, and it will be victorious, and the Iraqi part of the so-called Caliphate declared by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in 2014 will be largely destroyed.
Kouchner also announces growing fears of civilian casualties in the final stages of the attack, questions about how quickly Mosul will be rebuilt, resettlement of residents and the rule of the city and its territory in a way that investigates demographic manipulation and the policy of dispensing with the Sunni population. The battle of Mosul, the largest in Iraq since the US-led invasion in 2003, has been going on since October 2016, with 100,000 Iraqi troops and their henchmen seeking to flush out the insurgency, backed by US-led aviation with elites from Iraq. Consultants and experts.
Although Trump has launched a strong campaign against the “preacher,” he has not announced any major changes in the strategy of war. It is unclear how Kushner’s Iraq experience could shape his advice to the president and what he could do in the coming days. Long reports of the Iraqi army battle, Kouchner pointed out to the campaign, saying the partnership between US and Iraqi forces was “very impressive.” He expressed his hope for its permanence, referring to the White House’s interest in long-term US military assistance. “I hope that the victory you get in Mosul in the near future will not only be a victory for US and Iraqi forces, but a victory for the world,” Kouchner said.
Al-Mutash issued convictions against Trump, describing him as idiot, because he does not know Syria, Iraq and Islam. They see that “the United States is bankrupt, and its signs of disappearance are clear to every eye.” Even after the restoration of Mosul and other pockets of land, American officials expect the Islamic state to fall underground, fighting as more conventional rebellions. And this is one of the most dangerous expectations .. Important Iraqi, how can eradicate this malignant tumor? What can be done to protect innocent civilians? What can be done to thousands of displaced people? What can be done about the retaliatory attacks that are recorded as “calling” here or there from Iraq? Observers point to the leniency of Iraqi officials vis-à-vis militias acting on Iranian foreign orders between Iraq and Syria , and the fear that Iraq will remain a battleground for conflict with the deterioration of its economy, rampant corruption, as well as the struggle of corrupt political forces for power and influence.
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