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US strikes in Syria inflict 'considerable damage' on US-Russia ties

US strikes in Syria inflict 'considerable damage' on US-Russia ties

The strike was launched at the order of President Donald Trump and was a "proportional response to what was a violation of worldwide war by the Assad regime", Davis said. The president would not discuss what, if anything, the United States might do in response to the deadly chemical attack. "If the decision is made to strike, the US military has warships and aircraft in the area ready to go".


Trump Defends Bill O'Reilly After Harassment Claims

Trump Defends Bill O'Reilly After Harassment Claims

In a statement released Tuesday, the cable-news outlet's top ad-sales executive, Paul Rittenberg, said no advertiser had canceled its ad purchase with the network, but rather had "re-expressed" all ad schedules so commercials would run in other programming.



Xi-Trump summit: Room for cautious optimism?

Trump explained to the Financial Times on Sunday, just four days before his visit with Xi. The president may be prone to exaggeration, but his recent tweet that the upcoming meeting with Mr Xi "will be a very hard one" looks anything but.


All evidence points to Bashar al-Assad behind chemical attack: UK

All evidence points to Bashar al-Assad behind chemical attack: UK

The attack, Trump said , " crossed a lot of lines for me". It's not entirely confirmed what the chemicals were, but experts suspect a powerful nerve agent. On Sept. 5, 2013, Trump tweeted: "Do NOT attack Syria, fix U.S.A". President Trump today called the horrifying chemical attack in Syria an "affront to humanity".


Amy Schumer Compares Fame to Black Mirror

Amy Schumer Compares Fame to Black Mirror

The swimsuit designer went on to describe Amy Schumer in the swimsuit as looking "like a pig" after other Instagram followers chastised Dugan as a "shallow idiot" for her adherence to the idea that women should all look like emaciated supermodels.


Trump shares in the blame in Syria

Trump shares in the blame in Syria

Security Council fails to act. United Nations special envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura said the attack was believed to be chemical and launched from the air, noting that there should be a "clear identification of responsibilities and accountability".