U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley didn’t hold back after reported chemical weapons attack by Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria, condemning Assad as a “monster,” Iran and Russia as his shameless enablers, and the U.N. Security Council as impotent in its response to Assad’s atrocities.
It was only last Wednesday Haley slammed U.N. inction on Syria’s chemical weapons use, saying the world was “sliding backward” into a practice long condemned by the entire globe. Haley remarked it was a year ago that she held up pictures of dead Syrian children after a chemical attack and prayed she would never again have to do so.
“That day has come again,” she said.
Saturday’s attack on the rebel-held suburb of Douma—which Assad and Russia have denied responsibility for—has left dozens dead. President Donald Trump warned of a heavy price to pay and said nothing was off the table with regard to a potential military response.
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