In his Talking Points Memo on Monday, Bill O'Reilly said it was a "damn shame" that western nations won't help the United States combat threats like Syria, Iran or North Korea.

O'Reilly said the United Kingdom, France, Canada and Australia offer only limited assistance in "policing the world."

He said President Trump's strike against a Syrian airfield after a civilian gas attack is proof America will make sure world order is kept.


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"It is a damn shame we are the only country to take that stance," he said.

O'Reilly questioned why Russia insists on being friendly with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and why China seems to allow North Korea to operate as it wishes.

He pointed to a CBS News poll that showed Trump's approval rating rising slightly, and added that the upward trend is likely to continue.

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