Esper told Reuters that about 600 U.S. troops now remain in Syria, representing a 40 percent drop in troop levels in the country. The Pentagon chief emphasized in an interview that he retained the authority to move a small number of troops in and out of Syria, adding that the number of troops would hover around 600 for the foreseeable future.
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