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US Launches Military Strikes On Syria's Chemical Weapons Capabilities

15 April 2018

"There's out of the blue, and there's, I guess, out of the dark, navy blue", Kudlow told The New York Times when asked about Trump's TPP request. The state-run Tass news agency reported earlier Friday that Russian ships were closely watching US destroyers in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, from which air strikes would likely be launched.

President Donald Trump announced on Friday he ordered strikes on the Syrian regime in response to a chemical weapons attack last weekend.

"Last year, the president kept his promise to end the TPP deal negotiated by the Obama Administration because it was unfair to American workers and farmers", the White House said in a statement.

He criticized Russian Federation and Iran for backing the Assad regime, saying (quote) "What kind of a nation wants to be associated with the mass murder of innocent men and women and children?"

Trump calls the two countries those "most responsible for supporting, equipping and financing the criminal Assad regime". The nations of the world can be judged by the friends they keep.

There is a pervading rationale that crops up sporadically about the reason Donald Trump sought the presidency: At the 2011 White House Correspondents dinner he became the butt of President Obama's sarcasm. Gardner said on Friday Trump had pledged to sign into law a bill that would codify states' rights to set their own marijuana legislation.

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US President Donald Trump has announced he ordered air attacks in Syria "on targets associated with the chemical weapons capabilities", in collaboration with the United Kingdom and France.

Trump says the strikes are a "direct result" of Russia's failure to keep Syria's Assad from using chemical weapons RELATED: What the U.S. is doing in Syria The United States, along with assurance from France and the United Kingdom, launched a response Friday against the regime of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad days after his government allegedly used chemical weapons on its citizens. It was also supposed to include the USA, but President Trump said it would hurt American workers and he withdrew this country from the pact.

"The goal of our actions tonight is to establish a strong deterrent against the production, spread and use of chemical weapons", he said.

In a Pentagon briefing late Friday night, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said this was a "one-time shot" and the first wave of airstrikes was over.

Trump said the strikes were in coordination with France and the United Kingdom, adding that the goal of the campaign is to "establish a strong deterrent against the production, spread and use of chemical weapons".

Macron said that France's response was "limited" and exclusively aimed at "the capabilities of the Syrian regime for the production and use of chemical weapons".

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That's according to a source familiar with the president's plans, who was not authorized to speak publicly.

This time, it took Trump six days to respond to the suspected chemical weapons attack in the Syrian town of Douma. He also condemned his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, who promised in 2013 that they guaranteed the elimination of Syria's chemical weapons.

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Chris Kreuger, a strategist at Cowen Washington Research Group, also said that while there could be an ulterior motive to the TPP move - such as using it as leverage in North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations - it is unlikely given Trump's recent history.

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US Launches Military Strikes On Syria's Chemical Weapons Capabilities