"For the first time really as president, he talked about worldwide norms, global rules, about America's role in enforcing justice in the world", Zakaria, the host of CNN's "GPS", said of Trump's remarks explaining the military action late Thursday. I didn't see you raising your voice against President Obama's inaction in Syria that led us-refugees...that made us refugees, get kicked out of Syria.
Eid praised the President's action in firing missiles at Bashar al-Assad in retaliation for chemical attacks against his citizens on Tuesday.
A Syrian man lashed out after being asked by a CNN reporter to criticize Donald Trump's refugee ban. 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". It's unclear how the Justice Department might address the administration's dramatic turnaround regarding the military strike in court filings that are due Friday in one key travel ban case.
"I felt grateful for President Trump".
CNN's Jake Tapper immediately pointed out to the first daughter about the hypocrisy in her statement, citing the president's executive order, which denies entry to Syrian refugees into the United States.
Judge rejects Justice Department request to delay Baltimore police hearing
Several speakers denounced racist and discriminatory policing affecting black residents in Baltimore. Many shared harrowing stories of police abuse to make clear how necessary such reforms are.
"This would be a great opportunity for the president to...think about the fact that these refugees are fleeing precisely the type of violence we are seeing this week in Syria".
Syrian Citizen and Twitter user, Obada thanked President Trump after the United States military performed air strikes on Al-Shayrat air base in Syria.
In an exclusive interview, one Syrian father tells Action News Jax he hopes President Donald Trump's Thursday night air strike marks a new beginning. Baldwin tried to bait Eid in slamming Trump for his travel moratorium and refugee pause provisions of his executive order on immigration.
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