CNN Has Syrian Refugee On After Trump Airstrike – Host Is STUNNED When He Says THIS

On Thursday evening, President Donald Trump responded to the chemical terrorist attack that left nearly 100 people dead in Syria by launching an airstrike on a Syrian airbase. Afterwards, CNN invited a Syrian refugee on for an interview, thinking he would slam Trump for launching the attack.

They turned out to be dead wrong…

Let Kassem Eid, a Syrian refugee who was gassed during a 2013 attack, speak. 

I doubt CNN thought he would say the things that he did.

Watch how the interviewer tried to set it up to say, look here’s Hillary Clinton who is more caring of refugees than Trump. 

But Kassem Eid doesn’t bite. 

“I didn’t see you raising your voice against President Obama’s inaction that made us refugees get kicked out of Syria. If you really care about refugees, if you really care about helping us, please help us stay in our country. We don’t want to come to the United States, we want to stay in our own country. With all due respect, this is hypocrisy, if you really care, help us stay in our country, we don’t want o become refugees. Help us establish safe zones, help us stay in our own country. 


He then praised Trump.

“What you did was amazing. It was a powerful message of hope for people inside and outside of Syria. 

On the phone to another reporter, he said, “I’ll name my son Donald. Hero.”

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