Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) on Thursday censured President Trump for approving a rocket strike in Syria while in the meantime not permitting displaced people escaping the country’s civil war to come to the United States.
“So @POTUS cares enough about the Syrian people to launch 50 Tomahawks but not enough to let the victims of Assad find refuge & freedom here,” Moulton tweeted taking after reports of the strike.
The U.S. launched a missile strike against Syria Thursday night because of substance assault allegedly completed by strengths faithful to Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Trump ordered the launch of more than 50 Tomahawk journey rockets against a landing strip in the nation. The strike is a sensational heightening of U.S. first direct American assault on Assad’s government.
Trump has issued two official requests that stopped displaced person resettlement in the U.S. However, both have been put on hold by federal courts.