Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Eric Trump Says It Was His Sister Ivanka Trump Who Influenced President Trump To Launch Syria Strikes



The Telegraph: Ivanka Trump influenced my father to launch Syria strikes, reveals brother Eric

Eric Trump has said he is "sure" his sister Ivanka used her influence over their father to encourage the US president to launch military action against Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

Donald Trump ordered air strikes against a Syrian air base last Thursday night in response to a chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime on Tuesday that killed at least 87 people including more than 30 children.

“Ivanka is a mother of three kids and she has influence. I’m sure she said: ‘Listen, this is horrible stuff,’" Eric Trump told the Telegraph.

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WNU Editor: I hope this story is just a brother exaggerating her sister's role in the Oval Office.

More News On Eric Trump Saying It Was His Sister Ivanka Trump Who Influenced President Trump To Launch Strikes Against Syria

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Eric Trump says Syria strike was influenced by 'heartbroken and outraged' Ivanka -- ABC news
Eric Trump: Ivanka Trump influenced decision to launch Syria strikes -- The Hill
Eric Trump says his 'heartbroken and outraged' sister Ivanka helped persuade their father to strike Syria -- Business Insider
White House Confirms Ivanka Trump Influenced Decision to Take Action on Syria -- Sputnik

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

MAGA! 'Murica... the biggest dips#$t Banana republic the world ever did see.

Aizino Smith said...

Anyone who says 'Murica' does not have your best interest in heart.

Anonymous said...

Can someone explain to me why there is a faction in Washington hellbent on starting
a shooting war with a peer competitor like Russia? Does this make sense to a big brain somewhere? help me out.

Aizino Smith said...

Anon (whichever Leftist coward Anon you are)

"Gurney Halleck: Good. The slow blade penetrates the shield"

Russia has never stopped attacking the U.S.

Even when they are not attacking America in a way obvious enough for the Khardassians watchers to notice, they are still attacking

B.Poster said...

Aizino,

I agree with much of what you post. With that said please explain where and how Russia is attacking America? Very respectfully it looks to me like what we are seeing is a Russian response to American/"western" actions. Of course with the "west" they make their token committments, shout "rah, rah" from relative safety, and if things go badly America will bear the brunt of the reprisal not them.

Please provide the example of an unprovoked attack on America post Cold War I. Also, if you can explain why the attack is worth Cold War II this would be helpful. While I was young during Cold War I, I have been told about some of the events during it such as the Cuban Missile Crisis. We do NOT need a new one. We should do all we can within reason to end this one NOW. If we MUST have Cold War II, a VERY good reason or reasons need to be presented. So far they haven't.

Jay Farquharson said...

Andino's just knee jerk bullshitting to try to minimize and deflect.

If he honestly believed that Russia was always at war with the US, rather than just being his word salad justification of the moment,

He would have voted for Hillary.

LMFAO

Andrew Jackson said...

Death to all Putlerite scum!!

Aizino Smith said...

The USSR funded CPUSA.

Whether the USSR had funded it or not, there would be socialist and communist thought in the U.S.A. It is inevitable given demographics and human psychology IMO.

However, Russian interference changed the duration and nature of the various strains of thought.

Stanley, Homer, & Hicks were not the only intellectuals etc recruited. They were recruited in the 1930s. This is known to have started in the 1930s. Does it go back to the 1920s? Russian interference in Western nations continued through the 1980s. The Danes have yet to release a list or 'journalists', 'inteLEFTuals' and politicians in Denmark, who were traveling with the USSR in the 1980s. Denmark cannot be a one off.

This spying is more than keeping tabs on your 'enemy' for survival sake. It is as much a clash of civilizations as the West vs Islam. (Russia has been strange ever since the Mongols changed its arc.)