During an interview with CNN’s Ana Cabrera, Kassem Eid a survivor of a Syrian chemical attack in 2013, said he likes nothing more than to sit with President Trump and buy him a beer.
Eid told CNN’s Ana Cabrera that the president’s action once again proved he has “a big heart.”
Eid said: “I just want to tell Mr. Trump directly: I’m a Syrian refugee who survived chemical weapons attacks, who lived under two years of siege and bombardment by the government. I would love to, like, buy you a beer, and just sit in front of you and tell you how bad it is in Syria.”
“Trump, I’ll buy you a beer” — Kassem Eid, a survivor of 2013 chemical weapons attack in Syria following missile strikes by U.S., U.K. and France.https://t.co/Ufb1JCvk66
— Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) April 14, 2018
Eid implored the president to “listen to his heart,” not just his generals and compared Trump’s response in Syria to Obama’s inaction. “You proved once again, yesterday, that you have a big heart. At least a lot bigger than Obama because you actually tried to do something. We need real, long-term commitment to bring peace to Syria.”
This is it! Give credit where the credit is done. That’s a very nice gesture, even though POTUS doesn’t drink alcohol. Pretty sure POTUS will take time out of his busy schedule to meet with this man.
Also, it is nice to see CNN actually air a story that is positive on Trump, something CNN never does. It’s nice to see an actual survivor as the cover photo rather than the angry Hogg kid.
However, what President Trump did on Syria is protecting our country and it will be remembered for a long time. Some people can say what you will about Trump but he is the only one who stood up for the dead and injured. President Trump is well on his way to becoming one of America’s Greatest Presidents in America’s 241-year-history!
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