Pence echoed Trump in his remarks on Saturday, saying that the US was prepared to carry out "sustained" action against Syria's chemical weapons program, unless the government of President Bashar Assad ceased its use of chemical munitions.
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"Last night, the objective of the mission of that (our) commander in chief gave our military forces was completely accomplished, with swift professionalism", Pence said in response to reporters' questions about whether Trump hastily overstated the mission's outcome.
Pence said the administration is "absolutely" sure the Assad regime carried out the chemical attack.
Responding to a question, Pence said that the U.S. message to Russian Federation is: "You're on the wrong side of history". "That you're known by the company you keep".
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With reporters' cameras and tape recorders rolling, Trudeau told Pence that the airstrikes were "unfortunate, but necessary" to stop the Syrian government from launching further chemical-weapons attacks against civilians.
"Our message to Russian is, 'You're on the wrong side of history, ' " Pence also said.
He also said the United State will mount a "sustained effort" against the regime if the attacks continue, echoing what U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said in an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council on Saturday.
Pence credited the strong leadership of President Donald Trump and USA allies for conducting what he said was a successful strike with no reported civilian casualties.
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"This is something we can not accept, the use of chemical weapons on civilians", Trudeau said, "and the worldwide community needs to continue to stand extremely strongly as we continue to hold Syria accountable".
Pence, however, justified the attack by merely stating that the USA did not act alone, claiming that other leaders at the Latin American summit had both publicly and privately expressed support for the Syria bombardment. "When you have just two different people who have strong characters, they have strong differences".
Pence held brief bilateral talks with the leaders of Mexico and Canada on Saturday about the state of play in their NAFTA renegotiations, saying he was "encouraged" by recent progress towards a deal.
Seated alongside Trudeau, Pence said there was a "real possibility" the USA could reach a deal with Canada and Mexico on NAFTA "within the next several weeks". "And it will have a kind of fairness that will permit us to go forward in a productive, mutually beneficial relationship".
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