President Donald Trump often said on the campaign trail that he’d likely “get along” with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but a recent cruise missile strike in Syria seems to have put a wrench in those plans.

Soon after Trump ordered the strike against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s air field on April 7, Assad’s ally in Moscow has reacted in a number of ways that indicate a “cold war-like” posture will continue for some time. Military %26 Defense 2017-04-25&utm_term=Military Select – Engaged%2C Active%2C Passive%2C Disengaged


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