“It is a sad history for the international community, not just for the United States.”
Message received, then.
Say, who’s leading the Conference on Disarmament? Three guesses.
“Missed opportunity. Didn’t lay a glove on Assad’s capabilities to wage war.”
“…inspectors will not be allowed to access the site until they produce an appropriate UN permit.”
“If Russia had lived up to its commitment, there would be no chemical weapons in Syria and we would not be here today.
“No-one speaks for me, or for my father.”
“We hope there will be no point of no return.”
Putin to Netanyahu: Please don’t attack Iranians in Syria.
“The Russian regime whose hands are all covered in the blood of Syrian children…”
The “unwavering ally” of Syria
“Everyone’s health is okay, no one has any incurable things…”
Russian retaliation coming next?
“Some Jewish communal leaders suggested…that the Museum’s moral authority had been hijacked for a partisan re-writing of recent history.”
The three strikes rule may be in effect
“These sweeping sanctions target the scientific support center for Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad’s horrific chemical weapons attack…”
“There was nothing that was going to stop Assad from killing our families…”
Attack claims “100% fabrication.”
“We need to see Russia choose to side with the civilized world…”
“The dossier refutes the Russian claim that the attack was on an opposition-held chemical weapons depot.”
“Assad committed suicide here.”
CNN also tried to bait him into slamming Trump…it turned out poorly.
“unconditional support is not possible in this current world”
“The view that it’s an al-Qaeda or rebel stockpile of Sarin that’s been blown up in an explosion, I think is completely unsustainable”
Followed by an air strike on a hospital.
More great news: ISIS has chemical-weapons capability.
Back on offense at Mosul Dam as well.
Breaking out the old hits