Nikki Haley 'unbelievably proud' of Trump's Syria decision process

Haley was headed back to the White House for a national security meeting.
1:28 | 04/13/18

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Ever cents con chicken happened there had been multiple. Chemical weapons attack. Multiple. Many people have died. And what we know is none of that had to happen see you have a member who is used chemical weapons. You have a country Russia whose help them cover up the use of chemical weapons and we have a violation of international law. So what else are we supposed to do. And then another chemical weapons attack cats. And here they're gonna attempt to say it's fake. At some point. You have to do something at some point you have to say enough how will tell you. That first of all did a chemical weapons attack happened yes the US has analyzed yes. It has happened to you Kate has analyzed yes it has happened France hits and liked yesterday that three separate analysis. All coming back with the same thing as a mother of two children. As a wife of a combat veteran. I am unbelievably. Proud. Of how president trop. Has looked at the information. Analyzed. Not let anyone Russian and to this because he is said from the beginning we have to know we're right. We have to know all the information. We have to know that there's proof and we have to know that we're taking every precaution necessary. Should we take action.

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