Ivanka Trump took to Twitter Friday to praise her father President Donald Trump after his successful airstrike on the Shayrat air base in Syria on Thursday.
Several sitting lawmakers were joined in their calls by groups advocating on behalf of refugees, as well as by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who lost the presidential election to Mr. Trump.
CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin badly wanted Syrian guest Kassem Eid to trash Donald Trump.
For CNN, it took a war and pointed, globalist "rhetoric" for Trump to become President of the United States. "By the same token, it should make him reassess his view on whether to allow people from Syria, who are seeking safety from exactly these types of actions, to come to the United States".
There's no change on the refugee issue, despite the US attack on Syria.
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Following her comments, Trump's stance on a military response began to change, according to the source, who was speaking on condition of anonymity.
Dozens of Syrian refugees live right here in Jacksonville.
Trump has repeatedly called for the "extreme vetting" of refugees and has suggested that some, including a Syrian family with young children, might be ISIS sleepers.
He congratulated Trump and wrote "We Love You", while he also insinuated the Syrian President. "There is no upside and tremendous downside", read one.
"If President Trump is, as he claims, motivated by humanitarian impulses and a concern for the suffering of Syrian civilians, then we should see a redoubling of humanitarian efforts, an increase in humanitarian assistance funding, and a lifting of the refugee ban".
Syrian Citizen and Twitter user, Obada thanked President Trump after the U.S. military performed air strikes on Al-Shayrat air base in Syria. Syrian warplanes have already resumed using the base to launch air strikes on rebel-held areas. "These people didn't flee because they wanted a change in scenery", says Sime.