Grateful Syrians’ Thoughts On Trump’s Strike: “I’ll Name My Son Donald.”

[Photo: C. Allegri/Reuters]
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Just two days after Bashar al-Assad’s recent chemical-weapons bombing of his own citizens, President Trump signed the order for 59 Tomahawk missiles to be fired onto a Syrian airfield—swift justice.

While the United States has officially taken action, not everyone in North America’s in agreement on the matter: there are those feeling proud and liberated upon dealing with a passive-aggressive Obama outfit; some folks feel the retaliation is in spirit of the “neo-cons”—an ultimate bout with Russia. In the midst of the spectrum, the feedback surfaced inquiries on constitutionality and the future of Team Trump.

Regardless of US citizens’ consensus, the Syrian natives are collectively grateful: Thank you, President Trump.

ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror author and “The Daily Beast’s” Michael Weiss posted Syrians’ gratitude on social media—some have been news assets for his older articles:

[Source: Twitter/kassen Eid]

It doesn’t stop there. Weiss discovered a lot of hope coming in via Twitter. Apparently, the gratitude’s a “common response” to the US replying to al-Assad in kind.

[Source: Twitter/Milad Kawas Cale]

[Source: Twitter/Mazen Gharibah]

More journalists weighed in…a field day for President Trump:

[Source: Twitter/Clarissa Ward]

[Source: Twitter/Jake Tapper]

[Source: TWitter/Ruth Sherlock]

[Source: Twitter/Joyce Karam]
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