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.

WFB reports:

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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