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Trump Is Not a Barbie, He Was Shocked by Asad's Chemical Attacks, Piotrovskiy Says


Russian political expert Andrey Piotrovskiy commented on Donald Trump’s reaction to the recent events in Syria related to the use of chemical weapons by Bashar Asad’s troops.
 

 

 

 

To be more specific, the expert says that Donald Trump was indeed shocked by the use of chemical weapons in Syria. He reminds us that any human is slightly more that the society thinks about them. Donald Trump’s recent actions confirm this assumption.
 

 

Not so long ago, anyone interested in the political situation in the world used to think that them know Donald Trump. Most observers think of him as a highly unpleasant person – a rude, narcissistic, cynical businessman living on the edge between the legal and the illegal. In politics, he used to look like a person indifferent to other people’s problems.
 

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A couple of days ago, Donald Trump though that Bashar Asad, who killed hundreds of thousands of his citizens, is a part of the global political reality and it’s necessary to do something about him, even though Asad is also fighting the ISIS, which is the stronghold of international terrorism. By the way, the ISIS is America’s №1 enemy today.
 
Who could have though Donald Trump would be touched by the deaths of civilians in Syria as a result of a chemical attack. For many people around the globe, and in America as well, his reaction shoved that he is not indifferent and has a soul. A couple of times during his press conference, Donald Trump stressed that there were children among the casualties.
 
However, Piotrovskiy says that Trump’s further actions (an order to launch 59 missiles to punish Asad) turned out to be something that only an inexperienced politician can do. Within a couple of minutes, the American president completely reversed America’s entire foreign policy related to the Middle East.
 
During his recent speech, Donald Trump criticized Obama for rejecting the red-line policy in 2013, which unleashed Bashar Asad. Donald Trump explained that for him Asad had crossed all the red lines and even more, which is why he would be punished.
 
The world is on the verge of another Caribbean Crisis.
 
Trump’s reaction was clearly spontaneous and cannot be called a well-though-out political step. This was an emotional decision.  In reality, by doing so, Donald Trump burned all the bridges and put himself in a difficult situation, the expert assumes.
 
Now Trump faces a dilemma, which is to look like a fool in the eyes of the entire world or to start a conflict with a nuclear superpower, which is the Russian Federation. Essentially, we seem to have found ourselves on the verge of another Caribbean Crisis, the expert concludes.
 
At the same time, neither Asad, nor Putin seem to have expected such a serious reaction from Donald Trump. Piotrovskiy assumes that Putin and Assad might have counted on playing the same scenario with Trump they did with Obama a couple of years ago but the plan failed.
 
The expert hopes that the crisis won’t escalate into a global disaster. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected by the expert to act as a negotiator between Russia and the USA.  By the way, Putin and Netanyahu have already had talks, which can be seen as the start of the negotiation process.  
 

 

Piotrovskiy assumes that after the crisis is over, Bashar Asad unexpectedly dies, and is succeeded by a general without military crimes. Benjamin Netanyahu is awarded with a Nobel Prize for resolving the crisis and Putin retires.

 

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