London, United Kingdom - President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron reached an agreement in London at the 70th Anniversary NATO Summit, on how to repatriate the hundreds of ISIS fighters that are still in Syria and surrounding countries.
Macron, speaking to a group of reporters after the conference, indicated that he would be willing to accept any ISIS fighters that were once French citizens, provided that the United States and its former Kurdish allies could locate them.
When Trump gave Turkey permission to invade Kurdish areas in Syria, to show America's gratitude for their help in defeating ISIS, the Kurds were unable to manage the prisons and detention areas that held the captured ISIS fighters, and most escaped, to the apparent surprise of Trump.
"These Kurds are a very ungrateful people. They didn't even help us in the Normandy Invasion, and then they abandoned the ISIS prisons, instead of remaining in charge to be killed by the Turks. I expect them to help us capture these bad guys, like any decent allies would do for us," said Trump.
Spokesmen for the Kurds could not be located, as they were hiding in the desert after the Americans left them to die at the hands of the Turks.