Washington, DC. In incredible developments it has been revealed that President Trump’s decision to missile strike Syria was not based on the best interests of the United States, but upon emotional reactions by his daughter Ivanka Trump, a so-called “special assistant” to the president.
It is now known American President Donald Trump’s daughter persuaded him to strike targets in Syria, according to reports of a UK ultra secret diplomatic memo.
A top secret cable briefing to Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson by Britain’s ambassador to Washington Sir Kim Darroch said Ms Trump was influential in bringing about the bombings, those who saw the memo said.
The cable claimed Mr Trump was “genuinely shaken” by pictures of more than 80 who died in a Sarin nerve gas attack that were broadcast on cable television, according to media in the United Kingdom.
Whitehouse sources said the barrage of 59 Tomahawk missiles, fired from two US Navy vessels located in the Mediterranean Sea, targeted Al Shayrat air base in the central city of Homs, from which Syrian aircraft staged Tuesday’s chemical weapons attack, but refused comment on Trump’s daughter’s involvement in the attacks.
UK Sources who read the top secret message said the first daughter’s position on the atrocity was a “significant influence in the Oval Office.” Ministers were told it meant that Trump’s reaction was “stronger than expected.”
UK foreign policy adviser Sir Kim reportedly pointed to a tweet sent by Ms Trump in which she announced she was “heartbroken and outraged by the images coming out of Syria following the atrocious chemical attack”.
The attacks marked a striking U-turn from the anti-interventionist stance Mr Trump took during his campaign. Americans are now left to wonder whether the real President is Donald Trump or somebody they never imagined or approved of know only as “daddy’s little girl.”