Trump’s handpicked team is supportive of his strike against Syria

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From the United Nations to Capitol Hill to the Pentagon, U.S. authorities said the assaults were legitimized in focusing on the Shayrat air base that was utilized to dispatch a compound weapons assault that killed scores of men, ladies and youngsters in Syria’s Idlib area Tuesday.


“It is in our vital national interest to prevent the use and spread of chemical weapons,” the U.S. Minister to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, told the U.N. Security Council amid an extraordinary meeting on the strikes. She included that she had cautioned the chamber on Wednesday that the United States may act alone.


About Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Haley said “Assad did this because he thought he could get away with it. He thought he could get away with it because he knew Russia would have his back. That changed last night.”


In any case, Russia censured the strikes against its partner in Damascus and said it was suspending a consent to limit the danger of in-flight occurrences between U.S. also, Russian flying machine working over Syria.


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