How Syria’s Chemical Attack Could Force Shift U.S. Policy?

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his “attitude” toward Syria and President Bashar al-Assad “has changed very much” in the wake of a deadly chemical weapons attack — but he would not say what action, if any, the United States might take in response.

He was referring to a chemical weapons attack in Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib province of Syria, which weapons experts have attributed to the Syrian regime. Footage showed civilians, including many children, suffering from the effects of gas.

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