Protesters with the Answer Coalition gather in front of the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, Saturday, April 14, 2018, to denounce the bombing in Syria. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Leaving Syria tougher than Trump thoughtIn heated exchanges with his national security team in recent weeks, U.S. President Donald Trump repeatedly made clear he saw little incentive for the United States to be involved in Syria's intractable civil war. Trump and his top advisers have sent mixed messages about what Friday's U.S., British and French strikes may mean for his administration's future commitment in Syria.Trump, however, cast the strikes in more sweeping terms, promising he was ready to keep the U.S. military engaged if Syrian President Bashar Assad were to use deadly gases again.Trump's view of the situation on Syria has shifted repeatedly in recent years.Since then, Trump's views on the situation in Syria have evolved.
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