April 17, 2018

Trump's Rhetoric Doesn't Necessarily Match His Administration's Actions in Syria

By Ilan Goldenberg

President Trump's threats suggested U.S. military action against Syria might be more robust than it actually was. It's not the first time Trump's actions have proven more restrained than his rhetoric.

Read the full transcript at NPR

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