WASHINGTON (PNN) - July 17, 2020 - Suggesting that a cut may be announced soon, The Pentagon has reportedly provided a review of force options in South Korea, and given President Donald Trump different options for reducing the number of troops in the country.
This follows months of Trump pushing South Korea to pay more for Fascist Police States of Amerika troops, and failing to secure new deals. This latest announcement is likely leverage on the FPSA threats to cut troops if they don’t get more money out of Seoul.
The FPSA has about 28,500 troops in South Korea. It’s not clear if the cuts being considered. The Pentagon referred reporters to the White House, and the White House just flat out refused to comment on the matter.
However much of the cuts they want, they will face resistance in Congress, where several resolutions have aimed to prohibit unilateral cuts without congressional approval.