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NPR新闻[翻译]:特朗普突访伊拉克慰问美军 为从叙利亚撤军辩护

发表时间:2019-01-04内容来源:VOA英语学习网

President Trump is back in the United States after a brief surprise trip to Iraq. This was Trump's first visit to a combat zone as commander in chief. His message to U.S. troops in Iraq sounded, well, much like his message back at home.

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PRESIDENT Donald Trump: We will honor your service by doing everything in our power to defend our homeland and to stop terrorists from entering America's shores. And that includes strengthening of our borders. I don't know if you folks are aware of what's happening. We want to have strong borders in the United States. The Democrats don't want to let us have strong borders. Only for one reason. You know why? Because I want it.

GREENE: All right. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith was on the trip to Iraq, and she has landed at Joint Base Andrews, where she joins us. Tam, welcome back.

TAMARA KEITH, BYLINE: Thanks. Glad to be back.

GREENE: Pretty quick round trip to Iraq. Tell us about it.

KEITH: Yeah. So we were only on the ground in Iraq for about three hours. It was a secret trip, which means the reporters that were along were given notice in person, not over the phone. We were only allowed to tell two people — one editor and one spouse. Well, we only have one spouse.

GREENE: That's true. [Laughter].

KEITH: One editor and — [laughter], and our spouse. And then we came to Joint Base Andrews. Air Force One was parked in the hangar, not on the tarmac. It took off basically right out from the hangar. The president had snuck out of the White House and traveled by motorcade. And when we landed, we had to have all of our shades drawn down. The lights were off. It was completely dark when we got off Air Force One. It was unlike any other trip I've ever taken on Air Force One.

GREENE: Wow. A lot of precautions — for security, I guess.

KEITH: Yes.

GREENE: So you know, I've seen some of the images. I mean, so many selfies taken by U.S. service members there with the president. I mean, how was Trump received by the troops?

KEITH: He was well-received. There was a dining hall where troops were eating and waiting for a special visitor. And when he walked in, they gave him a standing ovation. There were a bunch of people who had the red Make America Great Again hats. There were autographs and selfies. There were some people that looked like they weren't as thrilled as others. But, generally speaking, it seemed like the troops were happy to see the president and have him there wishing them a merry Christmas.

GREENE: Well, and what a moment. It's not just the holiday, but it's a moment when a lot of his military decisions have been questioned, you know, by military advisers and others — his pullout of all U.S. troops from Syria, a lot of U.S. forces from Afghanistan. How did he confront these questions there on the ground in Iraq?

KEITH: Well, he defended his decision to pull all American forces out of Syria. He said, this isn't some rushed thing. I've been trying to do this for a year and a half, and every six months, the generals would come back and say, can I have another six months? And this time, he said, nope. I'm not going to give you another six months. I asked him, you're here in Iraq. Are you also considering polling forces out of Iraq? And this is what he said.

TRUMP: No plans at all. No. In fact, we can use this as a base if we wanted to do something in Syria.

GREENE: Pretty firm, it sounds like.

KEITH: Right. And there was one thing that was interesting, which is that he had been saying that ISIS is completely defeated. There in Iraq, he was saying that ISIS was very nearly defeated, that the caliphate was almost gone.

GREENE: Slightly different assessment.

KEITH: Slightly.

GREENE: Interesting thing, he did not meet with Iraq's prime minister on this trip.

KEITH: That's right. And there has been a little bit of a disagreement over why. The White House says that they were only able to give the prime minister two hours' notice because of all of these security precautions and that they simply just couldn't get the logistics together to have him come over. The prime minister's office says that it was supposed to be a formal meeting in reception but there was a divergence of views about how to organize it, and so it ended up being a phone conversation.

GREENE: NPR's Tamara Keith, just back from Iraq. Tam, thanks a lot.

KEITH: You're welcome.

?#24944;?#35793;文:

特朗普总统在突访伊拉克后返回美国。这是特朗普就任三军统帅以来首次访问战区。他在伊拉克对驻伊美军发表的讲话听起来和他在国内说的很像。

(录音档?#31119;?/p>

唐纳德·特朗普总统:我们将竭尽所能地保护我们的?#20197;?#24182;阻止恐怖分子进入美国,以此来表彰你们的服务。这包括加强我们的边境安全。我不知道你们是否清楚发生了什么事。我们想加强美国边境。但是民主党人不想让我们加强边境安全。他们这么做只有一个原因。你们知道为什么吗?那是因为我想这样做。

格林:好。NPR新闻驻白宫记者塔玛拉·基思随总统前往了伊拉克,她现在已经在安德鲁空军基地?#24503;洌?#22905;将从那里和我们连线。塔姆,欢迎回来。

塔玛拉·基思连线:谢谢。回来我很高兴。

格林:这趟往返伊拉克的行程非常简短。请你介绍一下。

基思:对。我们只在伊拉克停留了三个小时左右。这是秘密行程,随行记者是当面接到的通知,而不是电话通知。我们只能告诉两个人,一名编辑,一名配偶。?#27604;唬?#25105;们只有一个配偶。

格林:没错。(笑)

基思:我们只能告诉一名编辑和我们的配偶。随后,我们前往安德鲁空军基地。“空军一号”总统专机停在飞机库,而不是停机坪。飞机就是从飞机库外面起飞的。总统?#37027;?#22320;离开白宫,?#22235;?#25176;车前往空军基地。我们在伊拉克?#24503;?#26102;必须把所有遮光板放下来。灯也被关了。我们从“空军一号”专机上下来时,一片漆黑。这与我以前乘坐“空军一号”专机参与的任何总统行程都不一样。

格林:哇哦。很多防备措施,我猜这是为了安全起见。

基思:对。

格林:我看到了一些照片。驻伊美军与总统拍了很多自拍。特朗普受到了驻伊美军怎样的接待?

基思:他深受欢迎。餐厅是驻伊美军用餐并等待重要访客的地方。特朗普走进餐厅时,美军起立鼓掌。还有很多军人戴着“让美国再次伟大”的红色帽子。总统给这些军人签名并和他们一起自拍。一些人看起来不像其他?#22235;?#26679;激动。不过总的来说,对于能与总统见面并听到他的圣诞祝福,这些军人看起来很开心。

格林:时机耐人寻味。不仅仅因为是假日,目前总统的许多军事决定饱受军事顾问?#25512;?#20182;人的质疑,这些决定包括要求美军全面撤离叙利亚,大规模缩减驻阿富汗美军的数量。他在伊拉克是如何处理这些质疑的?

基思:他为自己要求美军全面撤离叙利亚的决定进行了辩护。他说,这并不是仓促的决定。一年半以来我一直想做这件事,每六个月,将军会回来报告,他们每次都问我:能再给?#20234;?#20010;月时间吗?总统说,这次我说不?#23567;?#25105;不会再给你六个月的时间。我问了总统一个问题,我说,您现在在伊拉克。您也在考虑从伊拉克撤军吗?下面是他的回答。

特朗普:完全没有撤军计划。没?#23567;?#23454;际上,如果我们想在叙利亚做什么事,可以把这里作为基地。

格林:听起来他的回答相当坚定。

基思:对。有一件事?#26723;?#27880;意,特朗普之前一直在说,ISIS已经彻底被击败。可是他在伊拉克说的是,ISIS几乎被击败,这个哈里发几乎要消失了。

格林:评价稍有不同。

基思:稍有不同。

格林:?#26723;?#27880;意的是,他此行并没有与伊拉克总理会面。

基思:没错。双方就未能会面的解释有些分歧。白宫表示,由于安全防范措施,美方在总统抵达两小时以?#23433;?#36890;知伊拉克总理,但因为时间安排问题,伊拉克总理无法赶过来和特朗普会面。但是伊拉克总理办公室表示,本来要举行正?#38477;幕崽福?#20294;因为双方就组织方式存在分歧,最后只能通电话。

格林:以上是刚刚从伊拉克返回美国的NPR新闻记者塔玛拉·基思带来的报道。塔姆,非常谢谢你。

基思:不?#25512;?/p>

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