BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:25 P.M.) – US President Donald Trump commented on the recent US-led missile strikes into Syria during a roundtable meeting with local business owners in the US city of Hialeah, Florida on Monday.

During his opening statements Donald Trump mentioned that National Security Advisor John Bolton was in attendance, to which the crowd applaused, and joked, “I’m a little jealous. Are you giving him all the credit? You know that means the end of his job.”

On the missile strikes Trump stated, “with way over 100 missiles shot in they didn’t shoot one down. The equipment didn’t work too well, their equipment, and they didn’t shoot one.”

Trump was also “proud” to announce the lowest ever recorded unemployment levels for both the Hispanic and African-American community in the United States.

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Flash
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Anyone notice the standing ovation for Bolton.
That was evidently staged to pressure Trump.
Wow the neocons really took over.

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Well it must be true since his generals assured him. Whatever makes him sleep good…

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Where is the proof for the shooting down of one missile by Syria? Not to mention 71.

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notonato

Seriously lomi?

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Willing Conscience

Yes I’d like to see it too. The first reports from Syria said only 30% of the 105 missiles were intercepted, which of course means about 31 or 32 missiles. We could also assume both sides are lying, and then pick a figure roughly half way between the two stated figures of 0 and 71, which gives us 35 missile shot down. Maybe someone in the Syrian government will leak the real numbers one day and we might find out the truth then.

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Well if the whole 103 hit, those missiles are a total waste of space.

If they were shot down or all hit as stated – they are c**p.

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dump sure likes to take big bets setting himself up for a fall with such exaggeration,,not one really,what do you call these then?
https://www.facebook.com/syrianmilitary/photos/pcb.1685789178169124/1685785898169452/?type=3&theater
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