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Trump Orders Missile Attack On Syria!

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Tillerson opens door to Syria regime change
By Rebecca Shabad, CBS News
April 6, 2017
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson suggested Thursday that the acts of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in attacking his people with chemical weapons this week could lead to regime change, reversing a message he issued last week.
At a press conference in Palm Beach, Florida, asked if Assad needs to go, Tillerson said, “Assad’s role in the future is uncertain clearly and with the acts that he has taken, it will seem that there would be no role for him to govern the Syrian people.”
But this process could take time. Tillerson said the process to push Assad out requires “an international community effort” that involves first defeating the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), stabilizing Syria as a country to avoid further civil war, and to work collectiv Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) ely with U.S. partners to work through a political transition.
“Those steps are underway,” he said.
Syria denies chemical attack as Trump weighs U.S. response
Tillerson was also asked whether the U.S. is considering military strikes against the Syrian government. He told reporters, “We are considering an appropriate response for this chemical weapons attack, which violates all previous U.N. resolutions, violates international norms and long-held agreements between parties including the Syrian regime, the Russian government and all other members of the Security Council.”
The secretary of state is in Florida with President Trump for a two-day summit at Mar-a-Lago with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
In his remarks Thursday, Tillerson warned the Russian government to reevaluate its support of the Assad regime, especially following the chemical weapons attack.
Rex Tillerson, the former chairman and chief executive officer of Exxon Mobil, testifies during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearing to become U.S. Secretary of State on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 11, 2017. REUTERS
“I think, further, it is very important that the Russian government consider carefully their continued support for the Assad regime,” he said.
 Trump takes tougher stance on apparent Syria chemical attack
Tillerson said there is “no doubt” from the information collected by the U.S. that Syrian regime, under Assad’s leadership, is “responsible for this attack.”
Defense Secretary James Mattis will brief Mr. Trump on military options against Syria while they’re in Florida, CBS News’ David Martin reported earlier on Thursday. The options might include one cruise missile strikes from U.S. Navy ships. Options for targets include command and control headquarters, suspected chemical weapons facilities and Syrian military forces, according to Martin.
Rebecca Shabad is a video reporter for CBS News Digital.

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Trump Comments On U.S. Airstrikes In Syria
Kaitlan Collins, White House Correspondent
06 April 2017

Donald Trump said the United States carried out targeted missile strikes on a Syrian airfield “in the vital national security interest of the United States.”
(Photo: Fox News screen grab)
The United States launched a missile attack against the base Thursday night, just hours after a deadly chemical attack in the country left dozens of civilians dead, including women and infants. The president made the below remarks from his Mar-a-Lago estate, where he is currently hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping.  (RELATED: Trump: ‘What Assad Did Is Terrible — Truly An Egregious Crime’)
“My fellow Americans, on Tuesday, Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad launched a horrible chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians,” Trump said. 
“Using a deadly nerve agent, Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women and children. It was a slow and brutal death for so many — even beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in this barbaric attack. No child of God should ever suffer such horror.”
“Tonight I ordered a targeted military strike on the airfield in Syria from where the chemical attack was launched. It is in the vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons. There can be no dispute that Syria used bad chemical weapons, violated its obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and ignored the urging of the U.N. Security cancel. Years of previous attempts at changing Assad’s behavior have all failed, and failed very dramatically. As a result, the refugee crisis continues to deepen and the region continues to destabilize, threatening the United States and its allies.”
“Tonight I call on all civilized nations to end the slaughter and bloodshed in Syria, and also to end terrorism of all kinds. We ask for God’s wisdom as we face the challenge of our very troubled world. We pray for the lives of the wounded and for the souls of the passed.”
“We hope that as long as America stands for justice, that peace and harmony, in the end, will prevail.” (RELATED: Trump Comments On U.S. Airstrikes In Syria)

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