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Trump supporters slam decision to launch strikes against Syria
Prominent supporters of President Trump are expressing skepticism over his decision to launch airstrikes against Syria, slamming the move as overly aggressive and unnecessary.
Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham both questioned Trump's decision Friday to launch strikes in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack last weekend that the U.S. has attributed to the Syrian government.
Carlson noted the move was inconsistent with the president's message during his 2016 campaign, and Ingraham said she found that intervention in other countries could be risky, as shown in the Iraq War, according to the Daily Beast.
Michael Savage, a prominent conservative radio host and author, tweeted that "sad warmongers hijacking our nation" following news of the strike.
Infowars's Alex Jones broke down in tears while speaking out against the military action.
"If he had been a piece of crap from the beginning, it wouldn't be so bad," Jones said of Trump. "We've made so many sacrifices and now he's crapping all over us. It makes me sick."
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter also shared her opposition to the strike, retweeting a series of other conservative or right-wing figures who condemned the move and resurfacing Trump's own past tweets against military action in Syria.
And far-right figures Mike Cernovich and Laura Loomer also ripped Trump over the military strike in Syria.
Trump announced Friday that he had ordered "precision strikes" against Syria over an apparent chemical weapons attack by Syrian leader Bashar Assad's forces. The strikes targeted areas linked to Syria's chemical weapons program.