By Alice Salles, Anti-Media
The war drums appeared to have been put down for a brief moment when Trump administration announced in late March it would not seek to oust President Bashar al-Assad of Syria. But then a suspected chemical attack took place in the war-torn country, and the United States — lacking an in-depth investigation — blamed it on Assad.
Regardless of who’s to blame for the attack that killed dozens of people, the president promptly said on Thursday that “something should happen,” urging Defense Secretary James Mattis to put a plan together that would include military strikes against Syria.
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