BOOOM! Nikki Haley On Assad… Regime Change Will Happen In Syria [VIDEO]

by McIntosh | April 10, 2017 2:02 am

United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley has been on the forefront of making sure that the UN understands America’s intentions and restored testicular fortitude[1]…Like that one?


On Sunday, she claimed that the Trump administration does not see a positive result in Syria if President Bashar Assad was to remain in over the people. But she also warned that removing a strong man like Assad can be done – but must be done right and that’s with the complete commitment of the international community and not just the U.S. alone.

“Regime change is something that we think is going to happen,” Haley said while CNN for an interview. “What I think you’re seeing is, this is not about policy or not, this is about thoughts.”

Haley said that making sure that Assad is ousted from his position of power is among American’s top priorities when it comes to foreign relation matters in Syria. Not only that, but also making sure that countries like Iran no longer have the influence over regions like Syria, by hopefully reaching some sort of “political solution.”

Haley detailed Russia’s failure to back up an agreement that should have seen the Syrian government yielding its chemical weapons stockpile when the Obama administration was running things in 2014.

“I think we know for a fact that Russia needs to provide some answers. Either they knew that there were chemical weapons … and they just hid it from the international community, or they’re being played for fools by Assad.”

Haley inquired about Russia’s response to the chemical attack, noting the Kremlin wanted to form doubt on Assad’s role in launching Sarin gas on his own civilian population.

The UN ambassador also swore that the administration would continue to keep members of Congress informed of planned changes in Syria, but refused to stipulate whether Trump would seek official permission from lawmakers to use military force.

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