Spicer: Syrian chemical attack a 'consequence' of Obama 'weakness' - CNN

US officials: Early belief is that Syrian attack used sarin gas

Spicer: Syrian chemical attack a 'consequence' of Obama 'weakness' - CNN

4)By using a high camera angle gives a point of you that the viewer is looking down at it. It creates a sense the place is a low place eg; third world, down in the dumps etc. which communicates it to be poor, impoverished.

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

4)By using a high camera angle gives a point of you that the viewer is looking down at it. It creates a sense the place is a low place eg; third world, down in the dumps etc. which communicates it to be poor, impoverished.

Obama adviser Ben Rhodes claims Obama didn't spy on Americans  instantly receives brutal fact check - TheBlaze.com

Obama adviser Ben Rhodes claims Obama didn't spy on Americans instantly receives brutal fact check - TheBlaze.com

U.S. warns it may act in Syria if UN won't - Chicago Tribune

U.S. warns it may act in Syria if UN won't - Chicago Tribune

Cheney, Rothschild, And Fox News’ Murdoch Violate International Law By Drilling For Oil In Syria

Cheney, Rothschild, And Fox News’ Murdoch Violate International Law By Drilling For Oil In Syria

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has apologized profusely for his much-criticized comparison of Syria's Bashar Assad to Adolf Hitler, but his clarification that he meant Hitler did not drop chemical bombs from airplanes requires some historical context.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has apologized profusely for his much-criticized comparison of Syria's Bashar Assad to Adolf Hitler, but his clarification that he meant Hitler did not drop chemical bombs from airplanes requires some historical context.

Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), shown, has been one of the most outspoken critics of the incursion. The day of the attack, she issued a scathing press release calling it an “illegal regime change war” that is “short-sighted” and “could lead to nuclear war” with Russia. She also expressed skepticism over Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s alleged responsibility for a chemical-weapons attack in northwestern Syria last week, which the Trump administration used to justify its actions.

Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), shown, has been one of the most outspoken critics of the incursion. The day of the attack, she issued a scathing press release calling it an “illegal regime change war” that is “short-sighted” and “could lead to nuclear war” with Russia. She also expressed skepticism over Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s alleged responsibility for a chemical-weapons attack in northwestern Syria last week, which the Trump administration used to justify its actions.

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