Inside Trump’s three days of debate on Syria

Apr 10, 2017| Courtesy by :

The president wasn’t initially sure he wanted to proceed with military action, but he knew he wanted to look decisive.

President Donald Trump walks into the Rose Garden for a news conference with King Abdullah II of Jordan at the White House on April 5. | Getty 

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump, a man who often spends hours every day watching TV, kept talking about the pictures of the chemical attacks in Syria on Tuesday: those he was given in briefings, but also the ones he saw flashing on the screen. And he remarked to friends and associates about how Barack Obama looked “weak, just so, so weak,” as one adviser recalled it, when he condemned the Syrian regime but backed off military action. Trump was determined not to make that mistake.



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