Oliver North: Syria Strike Sends 'Important Message' to 'Enablers' Iran, Russia
Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oliver North said the coalition attack on Syrian military and chemical weapons facilities sends an "important message" to not only the Assad government, but also Iran and Russia.
North said the two nations are "enablers" of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and that by America joining with allies France and Great Britain, the attack illustrates allied resolve.
"There are a lot of players in this," he added, saying that several countries other than the three western allies are concerned about the present state of Syria.
"Syria is a totally failed state," he said. "The ultimate outcome is going to be a completely different map."
He said that Egypt, Jordan, the U.A.E., Qatar and Saudi Arabia all supported the mission, which followed a suspected chlorine gas attack that killed Syrian civilians.
Geraldo Rivera added that Trump also deserves credit for his leadership on the issue, saying that Americans must "rebel against the tabloid crap" like the Stormy Daniels allegations.
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