Trump: "We're Not Going Into Syria," Policy "Hasn't Changed"

Chris Menahan
Apr. 11, 2017

President Trump told The New York Post's Michael Goodwin on Tuesday that despite conflicting reports and his aides being all over the place "we're not going into Syria" and his policy "hasn't changed."

Let's hope this is true.

From The New York Post:
"We're not going into Syria ... Our policy is the same, it hasn't changed. We're not going into Syria."

The president, speaking by phone, called Syrian president Bashar al-Assad a "butcher" and a "barbarian" for using sarin gas on his own people, but said last week's successful missile strike on an air base there was not the start of a campaign to oust the dictator.

"Our big mission is getting rid of ISIS," Trump said. "That's where it's always been. But when you see kids choking to death, you watch their lungs burning out, we had to hit him and hit him hard."
Here's the problem, he's still giving a mixed message:
“It’s very tough to give that final go ahead when you know you’re talking about human life,” he said. “We went back and forth and also back and forth about severity. We could have gone bigger in terms of targets and more of them, but we thought this would be the appropriate first shot.”

Later, he added, “We hope he won’t do any more gassing.”
We don't know that he did the first gassing. It sure as hell wasn't proven by the White House's "evidence" fingering Assad released earlier today.

Now that the rebel terrorists know gassings can get the US to attack Assad, the incentive to stage a false flag has never been higher.

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