Following a chemical-weapons attack in Syria, President Trump blamed Syrian President Assad, but Defense Secretary Mattis said we are “still assessing the intelligence.”
Senator Tim Kaine says he’s “very concerned” that President Donald Trump will order military strikes against Syria while lacking the “legal authority to wage war.”
As establishment neoconservatives, liberals, and globalists all demand deeper U.S. involvement in Syria's establishment-fueled civil war, much of President Donald Trump's base continues to advocate a total withdrawal of U.S. military forces from the region. Meanwhile, Trump is considering all options for how to deal with Syria after the reported chemical weapons attack. But first, the president suggested he wanted to know what happened in the highly suspicious attack, which came not long after Trump suggested that American troops in Syria would soon be coming home.
Speaking to union members in Ohio about improving our nation’s infrastructure, President Trump stated: “We’ll be coming out of Syria … very soon."
Journalist Captured by Al-Qaeda in Syria Says FBI Prioritized Intelligence Gathering Over His RescueWritten by Warren Mass
Matt Schrier, an American journalist who escaped from al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists in Syria, asserts that the FBI used him as bait rather than attempting to rescue him.
Despite the fact that our nation is more than $20 trillion in debt, Congress continues to shower Communist Vietnam with millions of dollars, even though it brutally persecutes Christians and Buddhists, represses all political dissent, and is a longtime partner of the Soviet Union and Putin’s Russia.
President Trump announced that he is naming former ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton as his new national security advisor, replacing Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster.
The Senate voted on March 20 to reject a resolution to remove U.S. armed forces from hostilities in Yemen that have not been authorized by Congress.
President Trump’s pick for a new CIA director to replace outgoing Mike Pompeo — who is to head up the State Department after the firing of Rex Tillerson — is Gina Haspel. Haspel, a 32-year veteran of the CIA, has been a major supporter of the inhumane practice of torture. In fact, she has overseen torture on multiple occasions.
Trump's idea of ending the renegotiation NAFTA, and favoring bilateral trade deals, is better for Americans than the multilateral trade deal of NAFTA — if one favors our continued national sovereignty.