— POLITICO (@politico) April 14, 2018
(takes sip of water)
(steps to microphone)
"Wag the Prague."
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) April 14, 2018
Now that Obama’s poll numbers are in tailspin – watch for him to launch a strike in Libya or Iran. He is desperate.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 9, 2012
first as tragedy, then as farce that is also tragedy
— Kelsey D. Atherton (@AthertonKD) April 14, 2018
.@realDonaldTrump must come to Congress to obtain a new AUMF, present a clear set of objectives, & ultimately hold Putin accountable for the bloodshed he has enabled. https://t.co/Mwdwbs289X pic.twitter.com/9f3AB1SJnX
— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) April 14, 2018
We are ordering a military strike without a Secretary of State.
— Bakari Sellers (@Bakari_Sellers) April 14, 2018
Or a legitimate president https://t.co/XdIr8enpAE
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) April 14, 2018
Operation Enduring NDA
— Susan Simpson (@TheViewFromLL2) April 14, 2018
I don't know what the right answer is in Syria, but if there's one human being alive less likely to find it than Donald Trump, it's John Bolton.
— Jeff Fecke (@jkfecke) April 14, 2018
I wouldn’t trust this administration to set off a bug bomb in a motel room.
— OMGSomeoneShutUpHat (@Popehat) April 14, 2018
The fact that Mattis is already briefing the press is as solid evidence as you can get that:
1) Russia was notified and indicated they’d stand down
2) We knew the attack would be met with no substantive resistance
3) The targets were contained
This ain’t a Bolton strike.
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) April 14, 2018
Alex Jones on Trump launching strikes in Syria… pic.twitter.com/FkPt3xnok4
— Andrew Peng (@TheAPJournalist) April 14, 2018
A friendly reminder that the “Trump’s base is pissed” meme first appeared after the 2017 missile attack. Their ire at Trump quickly faded.
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) April 14, 2018
It’s a tad difficult to believe that the campaign that tweeted this vitriol actually cares about the Syrian people. pic.twitter.com/nU8qsmh3jS
— Janet Johnson (@JJohnsonLaw) April 14, 2018