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Putin And Obama Clash Over Syria

Both President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the United Nations, and each gave vastly different strategies in how to deal with Syria and ISIS.

Both world leaders expressed the same desire to defeat ISIS, but disagree over whether Syrian President Bashar Hafez Al Assad should remain in power; Russia wants him to remain where the US wants new leadership in Damascus.

In President Obama’s address to the United Nations General Assembly he stated, “Realism also requires a managed transition away from Assad and to a new leader, and an inclusive government that recognizes there must be an end to this chaos so that the Syrian people can begin to rebuild.”

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