From the "We The People Will Build the Wall" GoFundMe campaign page.

A triple-amputee Air Force veteran who raised more than $20 million toward building a wall on the U.S./Mexico border is trying to circumvent efforts by the fundraising site GoFundMe to return the donations to more than 325,000 donors.

Brian Kolfage, who was severely wounded while serving in the Iraq, began accepting donations in December, but on Jan. 11 he announced that he would use the money raised to create an organization that would build the wall itself rather than giving it to the government.

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President Donald Trump's national security advisor asked the Defense Department for military options to strike Iran last year, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

Ambassador John Bolton made the request after Iranian-backed militia fighters mortared the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, according to the newspaper.

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The U.S. military has begun withdrawing some cargo but none of the roughly 2,000 troops from Syria, a U.S. official told Task & Purpose on Friday.

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President Donald Trump has decided to pull roughly half of the American troops from Afghanistan within the next several weeks, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

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President Donald Trump’s decision to pull all U.S. troops in Syria is the latest example of the commander in chief ignoring advice from Defense Secretary James Mattis.

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