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BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 A.M.) – British Prime Minister Theresa May was not full sold on attacking Syria, despite initial reports that she was ready to join the coalition of countries to launch an attack on Syria.

According to a report by the Times on Wednesday, May told Trump that she would not risk pounding Syria with missiles until she sees more compelling proof of Damascus’s culpability in the incident on April 7.

During a phone conversation on Tuesday, the leaders of the United States, the United Kingdom, and France agreed that “the international community needed to respond” to the chemical incident in Syria’s Douma.

While Britain and France have not necessarily dismissed the idea of an attack against the Syrian government, it appears that the U.S. President is the only one not willing to wait for more proof.

Trump stated on Monday that the Syrian government was going to “pay a big price” for their alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma; however, no date was set for an attack.

 

 

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She will beat the war drum as soon as her masters in Washington and Tel Aviv order her. Just like other Anglo-French and EU moron politicians.

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And I thought highly likely was sufficient for this wombat ugly.

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The Western Crusaders covering their arses!

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The main problem with these elected officials is they were literally selected by the mafia(multi-national corporations and insidious banksters), while at the same time they continually receive unlimited favorable coverage from the MSM.

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well this sure surprised me,,its as if she is trying to deflect from here skripal screw up ,,too bad she did not have the same insistence and reasoning when it came to skripal ,,or maybe she knows the yanki lie this time is too much of a cross for the uk to bare in going up against syria ,,funny i was just asking myself if the uk will bother with a vote like they did last time turning cameron down ,seemed like they were gonna go along with the yanks without one till i saw this article

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Or perhaps, realising MI6 stitched her up over Sailsbury, another war will mean the end of her political career.