Trump Still Wants to Keep Syria's "Beautiful Babies" Out of the US

Trump's newfound humanitarian concerns, Sime says, provides an opportunity "to reconsider the travel ban, to reconsider the cap on the total number of refugees who can enter this country, to reconsider the suspension on refugee resettlement in the United States, and to make our country again a welcoming country for refugees". The attack was launched just a day after he accused President Bashar al-Assad forlast week's suspected chemical weapons attack, which killed at least 70 people in the town of Khan Shaykhun in Idlib province.

A Syrian man lashed out after being asked by a CNN reporter to criticize Donald Trump's refugee ban.

The Syrian Civil War started in 2011. McMaster said that the refugee crisis "wasn't discussed as any part of the deliberations" for the strikes. "Cruise missiles alone are not a solution", said Rep. Don Beyer, Virginia Democrat.

Following her comments, Trump's stance on a military response began to change, according to the source, who was speaking on condition of anonymity.

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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.

President Trump had already indicated - on Tuesday, before Ivanka's tweet - that he had altered his position toward military action in Syria and would respond to Assad militarily, saying, "It is now my responsibility". We don't want to come to the United States...we want to stay in our country.

"This would be a great opportunity for the president to...think about the fact that these refugees are fleeing precisely the type of violence we are seeing this week in Syria". But his administration is now battling barriers in court as it tries to carry out his executive order barring Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. During his presidential campaign, he called such a ban "a matter of terrorism".

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