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4:05PM ET - Ann Coulter, author of IN TRUMP WE TRUST: E PLURIBUS AWESOME!, is very disappointed in the recent decision to involve ourselves in the ongoing civil war in Syria. A excerpt from her recent column:
If voters wanted more Middle Eastern wars, there were plenty of other candidates offering that: Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, Carly Fiorina and Hillary Clinton, for example. And we must never forget Jeb! though it proved surprisingly easy to do so in 2016.
But we picked Trump.
While most of the left wailed about the return of Nazi Germany under Trump, savvier liberals saw his vulnerability: flattery. All we have to do is praise him! You'll be shocked at how easy it is.
And, boy, did they lay it on thick with the Syrian misadventure. No sucker's bait was left on the floor. Cable news hosts gushed, "Trump became president of the United States tonight!" On MSNBC, Brian Williams called the bombing "beautiful" three times in less than a minute. Sen. Lindsey Graham (one of the "women of the Senate," according to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg) compared Trump to Reagan. The New York Times headlined an article, "On Syria Attack, Trump's Heart Came First.”
My nightmare scenario: Trump and Jared watching TV together and high-fiving: DID YOU SEE THE NEWS! THEY LOVE YOU! All Trump had to do was pointlessly bomb another country, and it was as if a genie had granted his every wish.
4:30PM ET - Donald Trump Jr., businessman and son of President Donald Trump stops by to talk about the fake news cycle, the selective memory of the media, and the changes for the Trump Family since Donald Trump took office. He will also discuss the ad campaign launched to support members of Congress who are pushing the healthcare discussion forward. From the Washington Post:
"Pro-Trump group launches a $3 million ad campaign to prop up House allies," by WaPo's Bob Costa: "America First Policies, a pro-Trump nonprofit outfit ... is starting a $3 million advertising campaign to bolster a dozen House Republicans who publicly backed the health-care proposal that has stalled on Capitol Hill. ... The House Republicans receiving air support are: Gary Palmer (Ala.), Jeff Duncan (S.C.), David Schweikert (Ariz.), Keith Rothfus (Pa.), Rob Wittman (Va.), Tom Graves (Ga.), Scott R. Tipton (Colo.), Thomas Garrett (Va.), David Joyce (Ohio), Michael R. Turner (Ohio), Martha McSally (Ariz.) and Brian Mast (Fla.)."
5:05PM ET - Pat Buchanan, is a political commentator, author and syndicated columnist. He was a senior adviser to presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan. He is not happy about President Trump’s actions and involvement in Syria. Buchanan had the following to say about foreign intervention:
“...urged President Donald Trump and his administration to exercise the utmost caution in discerning how to move forward on Syria. If Trump continues along the path of major intervention in the Syrian conflict, Buchanan warned of terrible consequences.
“Now you tell me how we win that war and who we put into power after we defeated all six of them?”
“If you try to overthrow Assad, then you will be — the Russians will fight, the Iranians will fight, Hezbollah will fight, obviously Assad and his army and their force will fight,” Buchanan said. “We’ll be fighting all four of them, as well as ISIS and Al-Qaeda and Syria. Now you tell me how we win that war and who we put into power after we defeated all six of them?” (h/t Lifzette)
5:30PM ET - Philip Haney, a founding member of DHS and author of See Something, Say Nothing and Captain Roger Hill, author of the new book, Dog Company: The True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by their Higher Command joins the show to discuss how the military prosecuted him for putting the lives of his soldiers over the lives of Taliban spies who had infiltrated his unit. Philip and Roger will go over the foreign policy of President Trump, the need for changes to the rules of engagement for the nation, and the threat of war from many of America’s foes.
Republican lawmakers are defending the Trump administration from criticism about an increase in civilian casualties from air strikes in Iraq and Syria, arguing that rules of engagement under former President Obama were too strict.
They say the rules should be loosened because they have resulted in missed opportunities to strike Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) targets and have discounted the judgment of the commanders in the field.
“They missed targets because they had to go back and have an NSC that met for weeks,” Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas), chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said Tuesday. “I think you need to tell the military commanders what you expect and then let them do their job. Now, that does not mean there will never be a mistake, of course.(H/T The Hill)