Previous Biden, Psaki tweets criticizing Trump slammed after new Syria airstrikes


Previous Twitter messages from President Biden and one among his prime aides — each criticizing former President Trump — weren’t showing to age properly Thursday after Biden ordered airstrikes towards an Iranian-backed militia stronghold in Syria.

In 2017, Jen Psaki, now White Home press secretary, questioned what the Trump administration’s “authorized authority for strikes” was in Syria following a Trump-ordered navy motion.

“Assad is a brutal dictator,” she tweeted, “However Syria is a sovereign nation.”

When Psaki’s almost four-year-old tweet resurfaced, many Twitter customers appreciated the irony.

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“Hey lady! guessing you circled again to this one, huh?” one person wrote.

“Nice tweet. I stay up for you condemning @JoeBiden’s unlawful strikes in your press convention tomorrow,” one other particular person commented.

Even progressive U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., retweeted Psaki’s previous put up, writing sarcastically “Nice query.” 

In April 2017, the Trump administration launched airstrikes towards Syria in retaliation for a chemical weapons assault the Assad regime carried out towards its personal individuals.

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In October 2019, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden referred to as then-President Trump’s resolution to withdraw troops from Northern Syria “erratic” and “impulsive.”

“The occasions of the previous week … have had devastating readability of simply how harmful this president is,” Biden mentioned throughout a speech in Iowa about Trump’s resolution, which critics noticed as “abandoning” Kurdish allies within the area. 

White House press secretary Jen Psaki and President Biden both criticized actions in Syria that were taken  former President Donald Trump.

White Home press secretary Jen Psaki and President Biden each criticized actions in Syria that have been taken former President Donald Trump.

In Thursday’s assault, the Biden administration focused Iraqi border-based Shia militia teams, Kait’ib Hezbollah and Kait’ib Sayyid al Shuhada, that are suspected of getting obtained funding and navy help from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard.

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A senior official mentioned the strike was a “shot throughout the bow” and a defensive technique, supposed to discourage Iran and its militia from launching rockets at U.S. forces within the area, just like the current assaults in Iraq.



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