Rumors of war are percolating in Washington D.C., and if the Trump administration is not extremely careful it may find itself fighting several disastrous wars simultaneously.
Just one day after threatening North Korea with war, Donald Trump has committed to taking military action against the Assad regime in Syria.
Trump is blaming the chemical attack in Syria’s Idlib province on Tuesday on the Syrian government, and he is pledging that the United States will not just sit by and do nothing in response.
Trump has called the attack a “terrible affront to humanity”, and he is placing all of the blame on the shoulders of the Assad regime.
But now that Trump has committed the U.S. to take military action in Syria, what is that actually going to look like?
According to the Daily Mail, at this point, Trump is not giving any hints as to when or where he will strike Syria…
He did not want to say in front of the cameras how he plans to respond to the crisis.