He pushed back Sunday against reports that the cease-fire he and Vice President Mike Pence negotiated last week was a victory for Turkey and said efforts to "crush" ISIS would continue to be a top priority.
"It sure didn't feel that way when we were negotiating. It was a hard fought negotiation," he said. "We achieved the outcome that President Trump sent us to achieve."
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