Trump's Son Confirms Ivanka's Role in Striking Syria — Shocking Family Business

by Jared Lewis April 14, 2017, 1:11
Trump's Son Confirms Ivanka's Role in Striking Syria — Shocking Family Business

The son of President Donald Trump said he was certain his elder sister Ivanka influenced their father to take military action against Syria in response to the chemical attack last week that killed at least 87 people, including more than 30 children. I'm sure she said: "'Listen, this is awful stuff, '" he said, adding that she was "heartbroken and outraged" by the chemical weapons attack.

"I stay out of politics and I stay out of the administration, but you can tell he was deeply affected by those images of the children, " he added about his father.

Eric concluded his interview by defending his father, saying he's "a great thinker, practical not impulsive", and explained, "I'm proud he took that action, and believe me he thinks things through". On a previous interview, Ivanka has stated that in contrast to what the previous reports say, she has been having disagreements with her father, but not in a way that the public knows.

And it's troubling for more than one reason.

His closeness to the President has brought him into direct conflict with joint chief of staff Steve Bannon, who has recently been dumped from Mr Trump's National Security Council and is shown towards the back of the room in the picture of the critical moment. He is tough and won't be pushed around.

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During the campaign, Trump and his team had pledged to rebuild a Washington-Moscow relationship that deteriorated since Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea. The U.S. opened itself up to worldwide criticism, concerns within Congress about whether the strikes were tethered to a long-term strategy, and outrageous claims from Russian President Putin that our latest offensive is part of a conspiracy to unravel theirs and Syria's anti-ISIS coalition.

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"If there was anything that [the strike on] Syria did, it was to validate the fact that there is no Russian Federation tie", he said.

The First Daughter of the United States reportedly played a big role in Donald Trump's decision to bomb Syria last week. Because, let's be real, for Republicans this isn't about the use of chemical weapons, or the lives of innocent civilians, it's about flexing the muscles of America's military might for whatever reason. And while Eric may have just been trying to help his sister shake off that "hidden influence" controversy that's been following her around lately, his revelation alarmed many Americans, and rightfully so: there's a very good reason why Ivanka should not be influencing Trump's foreign policy decisions.

USA intelligence says the deadly attack was carried out by Syrian leader Bashar al Assad's government.

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