The Syrian chemical attack that killed Syrians, has pushed the Trump administration into forming an international coalition to pressure Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power.

MARK STEYN ON TRUMP’S MOVE LAST NIGHT:

The problem is that the Assad government is supported by Russia and Iran:

Gen. Jack Keane said this is a “major setback” for Russia and Iran, close allies of the regime of Syrian President Bashar-al Assad. These airstrikes are a sign that the U.S. is open to taking a more aggressive role in the Syrian civil war.

“This is an incredible message. It should have been sent many years ago by the Obama administration.”

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MARK STEYN NAILS IT ON INTERVENTION IN SYRIA:

Mark Steyn nailed it when he said that President Trump should be cautious about using American power to overthrow a dictator without a very clear endgame: “To go back to the Democrats’ most notorious debacle, Hillary thought knocking off Gaddafi in Libya would be easy and cost-free.”

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What we know now is that it left a power vacuum and further destabilized the Middle East.

“You’ve got to have an endgame here. You’ve got to know what you want Syria to look like after Assad, or it’s a waste of time. Trump has been very clear that he regards running around Afghanistan for 15 years as a complete waste of time. He doesn’t want to get into a similar situation.”

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