Syrians ‘THANK’ Trump For US Airstrikes – They Even Went This FAR To Thank Him

Now that a President has actually DONE something about Assad crossing the ‘Red Line’ of chemical weapon use, Syrians are grateful.

They are so grateful that they have used Bashar al-Assad’s (ironic) slogan ‘We Love You’ and merged it with President Trump’s Twitter photo.

These posters of Assad with the caption ‘We Love You’ are all over Damascus.

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This cynical Twitter user posted this when he found a Syrian had changed their profile photo with President Trump and ‘We Love You’ in Arabic:

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He was right about others changing their profile pics:

 

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Syrians opposed to Bashar al-Assad have taken to applying the ruthless leader’s slogan, ‘We love you,’ to U.S. President Donald Trump’s famous Twitter picture after missile strikes on al-Shayrat air base.

The tongue-in-cheek imagery is both a jab equating Assad and Trump as leaders, and a signal of support for U.S. cruise missile strikes against the Assad regime, its supposed creator said Friday…

…Other anti-Assad Syrians of various stripes also changed their Twitter profiles to the Trump-Assad mashup on Friday but other users were quick to point out that they did not believe the expression of love for Trump was genuine.
Read more: Daily Mail

Some weren’t so cynical.

Like Kassem Eid, who appeared on CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin:

Did you catch the look on Brooke Baldwin’s face?

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Well, perhaps she didn’t expect the interview to take that turn.

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There are some Syrians that don’t think that President Trump is heartless.

They just think that a mass exodus of Syrians isn’t the answer.

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