Ivanka Trump 'pushed for her father to bomb Syria'

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A Syrian man lashed out after being asked by a CNN reporter to criticize Donald Trump's refugee ban.

Kassam Eid, who survived a 2013 chemical attack in Syria, surprised CNN host Brooke Baldwin when he expressed appreciation for President Trump's missile strike this week.

The irony of Trump's sudden flare-up of compassion is not lost on thehuman rights advocateswho have been pushing back against Trump's attempt to shut out Syrians.

After the 2013 attack in eastern Ghouta, in which the Syrian government killed more than 1,000 people with chemical weapons, Trump penned dozens of tweets imploring President Barack Obama to do nothing.

The cruise missiles struck, and many in the mainstream media fawned.

"Smart", or not, Trump is finding that being president is a lot different from running for president.

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A refugee who came to the United States in 2014 believes that what President Trump did could have risky consequences for her homeland and her countrymen.

The International Refugee Assistance Project, noting that the conflict in Syria has "caused the largest refugee crisis the world has ever seen", urged the president to develop a humanitarian response.

He congratulated Trump and wrote "We Love You", while he also insinuated the Syrian President.

Trump has shown "callous disregard for Syrians attempting to flee for their lives", Margaret Huang, the executive director of Amnesty International USA, said in a statement Friday.

President Trump had already indicated - on Tuesday, before Ivanka's tweet - that he had altered his position toward military action in Syria and would respond to Assad militarily, saying, "It is now my responsibility".

The Golden State has accepted more refugees from the war-torn country than any other state in the country. "They fled because of the extreme violence, and the United States, along with other countries in the worldwide community, should open their doors to provide refuge to these people who have been through these bad circumstances".