Laura Ingraham, a conservative commentator, tweeted that the strike united three critics of the president — Republican senators Marco Rubio of Florida and John McCain of Arizona, as well as his Democratic opponent last fall, Hillary Clinton.
A few hours before the missile strike, the far-right blogger Mike Cernovich warned his followers in a live video that the United States was going to attack Syria. “Remind Trump who supported him,” he told his viewers. “We got to stop him.”
Overseas, French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen accused Trump of trying to be the "world's policeman" and suggested that it could backfire, The Associated Press reported. Le Pen has expressed support for Assad in the past, and said on France-2 television Friday that she was "surprised" by Trump's sudden move.
Le Pen said that Trump indicated he would not make the U.S. "the world's policeman, and that's exactly what he did yesterday.”
Writing on Twitter, web developer Evan Rose wrote that “on the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI, we celebrate by kicking off WWIII. Congrats all!” While World War I began in 1914, Rose was referring to the centennial of American involvement in the war.
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