US president Donald Trump meeting his cabinet at White House over the growing crisis in Syria. The president discussing how to respond to the suspected Chemical Attack blamed for killing dozens of civilians in Duma near the capital city of Damascus. It is believed the attack was carried out by the Syrian regime and in the series of tweets president Trump calling Syrian President a Hannibal.
US President said, “We’re looking at that very strongly, very seriously.” Further, he said, “This is about humanity, we’re talking about humanity, and it can’t be allowed to happen. We’ll be making that decision very quickly, probably by the end of today. We cannot allow atrocities like that.”
Jim Mattis, Earlier Defense Secretary stated that the country is not ruling out military against Syria. US president stated that the administration still observing seriously and taking help from military leaders about an appropriate response.
Jim Mattis said, “The first thing we have to look at is why are chemical weapons still being used at all when Russia was the framework guarantor of removing all the chemical weapons.”
Yet, it’s uncleared how the US administration will tackle this situation and will respond to the attack. US president ordered a missile strike on a Syrian military target in Shayrat in response to the chemical attack in April of last year. Throughout the conflict that began in 2011, Syria has denied using chemical weapons including the suspected chemical attack.
In the meantime, US president talks on the U.S. and North Korea’s upcoming meeting, “The meeting would be taking place in May or most probably in June and it will be very exciting for the world.”