Trump softens his tone on Russian Federation within minutes

Trump softens his tone on Russian Federation within minutes

Damascus denied allegations of use of chemical weapons.

The Assad regime says the reports are not true and the videos are fake.

US President Donald Trump posted a fiery tweet earlier on Wednesday, in which he warned Russian Federation - one of Syria's key supporters in the war against foreign-backed militancy - that it should get prepared to "shoot down" missiles that the US military would soon rain down over Syrian targets. Get ready Russian Federation, because they will be coming, nice and new and "smart!"

In appointing former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton as his new National Security Adviser, Trump had selected a figure who believed in approving military strikes before waiting for considering intelligence assessments, Kwiatkowski warned.

The US President Donald trump said Wednesday that USA relations with Russian Federation are now even worse than during the cold war, writes the Chronicle.info with reference to Interfax-Ukraine. There is no reason for this. Russian Federation needs us to help with their economy, something that would be very easy to do, and we need all nations to work together. "Stop the arms race?"

Tass quoted Zakharova as saying, "Smart missiles must strike terrorists, not the legitimate government that has been fighting worldwide terrorism on its territory for several years".

Earlier, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry responded to Trump on Facebook, saying missiles would destroy "all evidence" of the attack.

Russian Federation has alerted its air defense forces, military intelligence and strike troops of the Armed Forces.

He claimed 41,213 people, including 3,354 rebels and 8,642 members of their families have left Douma with Russia's assistance.

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"We stand ready to provide military options if they are appropriate as the President determined", Mattis said.

"The Syrians promised to create all the necessary conditions for the experts' work while we promised to take care of the experts' security", he added.

"We have the technology and the desire" to take part in projects that Russian Federation has with U.S., European Union and Japanese partners to explore the Moon and Mars, he said.

Russian policymakers could decide to deploy personnel in Syria on the assumption that United States public opinion would not support Trump and Bolton if they risked a serious confrontation with Russia, Kwiatkowski continued.

Nebenzia told reporters after a closed emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council on Thursday that "the danger of escalation is higher than simply Syria, because our military is there on the invitation of the Syrian government".

Families were reportedly found suffocated in their homes and shelters, with foam on their mouths.

The tweet was posted amid reports that the Trump administration has consulted with global allies on a response to a suspected Syrian chemical attack that killed 4o people in the town of Douma on Saturday.

That incident prompted the USA to launch several dozen Tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian air base.

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