Trump Still Wants to Keep Syria's "Beautiful Babies" Out of the US
- Author: Zachary Reyes Apr 10, 2017,
Apr 10, 2017, 4:29
"I agreed with the Republicans in the House that rebuked President Obama and said he exceeded his authority because the US wasn't under imminent threat", he said.
Vermont's congressional delegation is speaking in unison against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad while demanding that President Donald Trump explain how airstrikes he ordered in the Middle Eastern country Thursday evening will help US foreign policy.
Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders calls on Trump to come to Congress over Syria strikes Dem touts backing of Sanders-aligned group in deep-red Kansas district Sunday shows preview: White House officials talk Syria strike MORE (I-Vt.) on Sunday said President Trump did not have the authority to launch missile strikes on the Syrian regime and called on the president to seek approval from Congress before any other actions. "Also, may I say that when we have a collapsing middle class and 28 million people without health insurance, and an infrastructure that needs a trillion dollars of fix, that maybe we don't want to throw trillions of dollars more into perpetual, unending warfare in the Middle East". "And when we asked about the legal authorization, they said they weren't prepared to discuss that, but they hoped to discuss it in the coming days".
On Thursday, President Donald Trump ordered the launch of almost 60 missiles at a Syrian airfield, saying that "no child of God should ever suffer such horror", according to The Telegraph. We don't know if it's limited or whether there's more.
"Here's what I think Assad is telling Trump by flying from this base: 'F you'".
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, Maryland Democrat, called for Mr. Trump to immediately rescind his ban on refugees.
He continued, "I was a Senate candidate in 2011 when President Obama joined military action against Libya".
Sending 59 cruise missiles to strike the country and government of Syria may have been necessary or important, but the United States was not attacked by Syria. "I will want to see what it says, and I would think that all senators will want to see it as well". "A Trump administration will suspend the Syrian refugee program", he advised in November. Please support our efforts.