APRIL 9, 2017
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Paul Teller /
Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs / The
President Trumpís Remarks On Syria Strikes
My fellow Americans:
On Tuesday, Syrian Dictator Bashar al-Assad launched a horrible
chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians. Using a deadly nerve
agent, Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women and
children. It was a slow and brutal death for so many. Even beautiful
babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack. No child
of God should ever suffer such horror.
Tonight, I ordered a targeted military strike on the airfield in
Syria from where the chemical attack was launched. It is in the
vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and
deter the spread or use of deadly chemical weapons.
There can be no dispute that Syria used banned chemical weapons,
violated its obligation under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and
ignored the urging of the UN Security Council. Years of previous
attempts at changing Assadís behavior have all failed, and failed
very dramatically. As a result, the refugee crisis continues to
deepen and the region continued to destabilize Ė threatening the
United States and its allies.
Tonight, I call on all civilized nations to join us in seeking to
end the slaughter and bloodshed in Syria -- and also to end
terrorism of all kinds and all types. We ask for Godís wisdom as we
face the challenges of our very troubled world. We pray for the
lives of the wounded, and for the souls of those who have passed.
And we hope that as long as America stands for justice, then peace
and harmony will Ė in the end Ė prevail.
Goodnight and God bless America and the entire world. Thank you.
- The United States
has initiated a strike against the Shayrat Airfield
in Syria. This site was associated with the Syrian
regimeís chemical weapons program and directly
linked to the horrific chemical weapons attack April
- Our strike
involved more than 59 precision guided missiles (TLAMs)
from U.S. assets in the region.
- We assess with a
high degree of confidence that the chemical weapons
attack earlier this week was launched from this site
by air assets under the command of the Assad regime.
- We also assess,
with a similar degree of confidence, that the Assad
regime used a chemical nerve agent consistent with
sarin in these attacks. As you know, Damascus and
Moscow assured us all these weapons had been removed
- Bashar al-Assadís
chemical attacks on Syrian civilians in Idlib and
Hama provinces are an unconscionable atrocity that
have focused the attention of the world on the
ongoing carnage in Syria. The repeated chemical
weapons attacks in recent days are a disturbing
escalation of Assadís history of chemical weapons
use against innocent men, women, and young children
over the past several years.
- It is a fact that
the regime used a nerve agent, highlighting Syriaís
unfathomable cruelty, as well as its failure to
abide by its legal obligations under the Chemical
Weapons Convention and UN Security Council
Resolution 2118, including the obligation to declare
and destroy its entire chemical weapons arsenal.
- The attack on
April 4 that killed scores of men, women and
children, was not an isolated incident. The Assad
regime has a long history of using chemical weapons.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical
Weapons United Nationsí Joint Investigative
Mechanism confirmed last year that the regime
continued to use chemical weapons on multiple
occasions long after it committed to relinquish its
arsenal in 2013.Y
Threat to U.S. National Security
- The continued
brutality of the Assad regime and his use of
chemical weapons presents a clear threat to regional
stability and security as well as the national
security interests of the United States our allies.
Assadís actions, highlighted by these recent
attacks, have fueled the rise of terrorist groups
like ISIS and al-Qaida, displaced millions of
Syrians, and destabilized the region.
- Weapons of mass
destruction use by any actor lowers the threshold
for others that may seek to follow suit and
threatens the international legal regime prohibiting
the use of chemical weapons.
- The use of
chemical weapons in an unstable country where
internationally recognized terrorist groups operate
and control territory also raises our intense
concern about the potential for these dangerous
weapons falling into the hands of terrorists who
seek to harm the US, our allies, or our partners.
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