Oh, that sounds so amazing . . . except for the two years part.
When the US-installed Haider al-Abadi as prime minister in the fall of 2014, do you think the world realized that it would be over two years before Haider would move to liberate Mosul?
That he'd be so useless and so unorganized that he would leave the people of Mosul at the hands of the Islamic State for over two years?
Or that when he finally initiated some move, spinners like Brett would try to praise it as an accomplishment.
It's a failure.
Waiting over two years to try to liberate Mosul qualifies as a failure.
For additional context . . .
This is 3rd time in 13 years US & allies trying to "liberate" Mosul 2003: from Saddam 2004: from Sunni insurgents 2016: from ISIS #Iraq
As the Mosul operation finally begins, the US government continues to insist that the Russian government is trying to rig the outcome of the US presidential election. However, Peter Van Buren (ANTIWAR.COM) points out that the evidence seems to suggest it's the current US administration that's attempting to rig the election:
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