Syrian teenager thanks US President Trump for his 'action' after chemical attack

Tammy Harvey
April 10, 2017

Many blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the chemical attack, and Trump vowed to do something about it. "I will tell you that attack on children yesterday had a big impact on me-big impact", Trump said in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday.

“I think Donald Trump became president of the United States last night.

"I hope this administration will move forward in a way that is both strategic and consistent with our values", Mrs. Clinton said Friday, speaking at a luncheon in Texas.

"No, that wasn't discussed as any part of the deliberations", Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster said Thursday when asked about the refugee policy. Despite the fact that the Assad government has been responsible for the overwhelming majority of civilian casualties in the Syrian civil war, Trump previously excused its brutality by arguing that while it was bad, it was also "killing ISIS".

The cruise missiles struck, and many in the mainstream media fawned.

In light of President Donald Trump's deadly attack against Syria Thursday evening, a local news organization in California talked to a Syrian refugee.

A cable briefing to Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson by Britain's ambassador to Washington Sir Kim Darroch said Ms Trump was influential in bringing about the bombings, those who saw the memo said.

Syrian Citizen and Twitter user, Obada thanked President Trump after the U.S. military performed air strikes on Al-Shayrat air base in Syria. We don't want to come to United States. Baldwin tried to bait Eid in slamming Trump for his travel moratorium and refugee pause provisions of his executive order on immigration. One reason that the US can so easily and frequently resort to the use of force overseas is that the people that should be the first to question a president's decision are instead among the first to cheer and celebrate it.

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