For Trump, no signal yet refugee policy will change after U.S. airstrike in Syria

Two days after a chemical weapons attack in Syria killed more than 80 people, including children, President Donald Trump ordered a military airstrike on the Syrian airfield from where U.S. officials say the chemical attack launched. The intervention by U.S. forces contradicts Trump’s previous contentions, made in 2013 after chemical weapons attacks in Syria, that the United States should "stay out" of the conflict. So, we wondered, does Trump’s decision to target the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, have any impact on his calls to ban Syrian refugees from entering the United States, or his calls to remove Syrian … >>More stories from National


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