Russia: “Negative Consequences” If US Carries Out Military Strikes On Syria

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The US launched missiles Thursday night at a Syrian Airfield due to a recent chemical weapons attack. The horrifying attack is said to have already killed an estimated one-hundred innocent people. President Trump isn’t wasting any time on his response to the murder of innocent people; he is carrying out military strikes on Syria.

US officials have concluded that the act was carried out by Assad, and Trump doesn’t appear to care about the missile launches outcome on already strained relations with Russia (who support Assad, and are still sick of having democrats blaming fake hacking scandals on them).

The President is currently in Florida meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two have reportedly already “developed a friendship,” which shows just how good Trump is at multi-tasking; he is making friends and attacking enemies at the same time.

Hopefully the friendship Trump has developed with XI can be beneficial when it comes to Russia, who is furious about the US missile launches. Russia is so unhappy about the launches that a Russian official has just been quoted warning the US about “negative consequences” if military strikes are carried out.

As recently reported, “Russia’s deputy U.N. envoy, Vladimir Safronkov, warned on Thursday of “negative consequences” if the United States carries out military strikes on Syria over a deadly toxic gas attack.

“We have to think about negative consequences, negative consequences, and all the responsibility if military action occurred will be on shoulders of those who initiated such doubtful and tragic enterprise,” Safronkov told reporters when asked about possible U.S. strikes.”

It isn’t just “America first,” anymore for Trump, it’s now “protecting innocent lives first” as well.



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