‘Wimping Out’ or ‘3D Chess’? Twitter Utterly Confused by Trump’s Syria Tweets

Thursday, April 12, 2018
By Paul Martin


The president’s confusing back-and-forth rhetoric about whether the US will strike the Middle Eastern country following an alleged chemical attack which Washington blamed on Damascus has sparked some heated debate on his Twitter page.

A day after warning that Russia should “get ready” for an attack on Syria by “nice and new and ‘smart'” American missiles, President Trump walked back his comments, tweeting that a US attack could come “very soon or not so soon at all!” and urging the world to thank the United States for “ridding the region of ISIS.”

The president’s followers, already flustered following yesterday’s stream of tweets vacillating between aggressive rhetoric and blaming the Democrats for poor relations with Moscow, didn’t know quite what to make of the latest tweet. Some suggested that the president’s mind was “gone,” or urged him to stop making brash statements which could cause an international incident or even lead to war.

Others got hung up on Trump’s request that the USA be thanked for its efforts against terrorism, suggesting that it looked pathetic, or just plain wrong.

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