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Biden admin faces bipartisan backlash over Syria bombing

Biden admin faces bipartisan backlash over Syria bombing

Following the bombing in Syria, President Biden is facing a bipartisan backlash. ’Stop the endless wars,’ said Rep. Nancy Mace. Rep. Ro Khanna, a democrat, said, ’We cannot stand up for Congressional authorization before military strikes only when there is a Republican President.’ Rep. Omar said she was concerned about the White House’s ’legal rationale’ for launching airstrikes.

David
David
Borther Bear
Borther Bear 1 months

Trumpists who used to praise the killing of Qasam Soleimani are now criticizing Biden for bombing the same Iranian backed militia and Democrats who used to criticize Soleimani assassination are now praising Biden action. Instead of playing this futile left/right game we should focus if either is right to fight America's enemies abroad or leave them alone.

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 1 months

I think we can all agree, that there is zero benefit of America getting involved in these endless and pointless wars. Let Israel deal with it.

Ethan
Ethan 1 months

I don't get it biden started off so well, why did he have to go and do this in a war that doesn't really concern the US

Tech Leprechaun
Tech Leprechaun 1 months

For all of the things we disagree on, Omar is stalwart and unafraid to call out establishment evil. She stands up for what she believes, even against party and popularity, and is slowly gaining my respect.

PappaOwl
PappaOwl 1 months

The right wing was calling him weak for not retaliating now they are calling him a war monger

Tristan Elstrom
Tristan Elstrom 1 months

Dude needs to stop bombing.

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