When news of the missile strikes broke overnight in Syria, I couldn't help but think of a man who I talked to just this week who actually told me what it's like to be poisoned by sarin gas, a former activist and rebel fighter barely survived in what remains the largest chemical attack of the Syrian war back in august of 2013.
In response to Syria's barbaric attack last week, she tweeted: "Heartbroken and outraged by the images coming out of Syria following the atrocious chemical attack today".
Here is a look at how Trump has responded to both humanitarian crises. Tell them to stop Assad's airplanes from keep bombing us.
"We have no idea who these people are, we are the worst when it comes to paperwork", he said to CNBC. "I'm so afraid for that scenario to be repeated twice, and this time the victim will be my country", she said.
Donald Trump's response to Nordstrom's decision to drop his daughter's line - "She's a great person-always pushing me to do the right thing!" he tweeted - illustrates the ambitious way the family has revamped and expanded the first daughter's role. While his presidential campaign previous year he also promised to eject the 12,000 Syrian refugees now living in the U.S.
And with that, she's also a two-faced, complicit hypocrite who only cares about herself, her brand and her image.
The irony of Trump's sudden flare-up of compassion is not lost on thehuman rights advocateswho have been pushing back against Trump's attempt to shut out Syrians. I have sided with Trumps every move. More than an hour before the Syrian strikes broke in the news, Cernovich took to Twitter to denounce them, as well as calling it "fake news" that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had been framed for gassing his own people. Trump told reporters "something should happen" - and by 8:40 p.m. EDT, the US had launched almost 60 Tomahawk missiles at the Shayrat Airfield near Western Syria. We ask for safe zones in Syria. I didn't see you raising your voice against President Obama's inaction in Syria that led us refugees, that made us refugees get kicked out of Syria. "Many refugee children have been left in life or death situations following the President's executive order, which suspends and severely curtails the USA resettlement program".
Kassem said he cried with joy when he heard that the United States had bombed the Syrian airbase.
He described it as "a chemical attack that was so horrific in Syria against innocent people, including women, small children, and even handsome little babies, their deaths was an affront to humanity".
"We wish when America is involved and fighting with ISIS and with the president, it will be changed for the other people there", he said through the translator.
He said: "Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women and children".