Samantha Power goes low profile since Syria attack

Samantha Power was a former UN Ambassador for President Obama as well having a role on his National Security Council. She was one of the Obama admin who was great on inaction and leading from behind. Samantha was where Obama policy met the road. She has been a vocal critic of all things President Trump and foreign policy. After 60 Tomahawk missiles, she is very quiet? Wonder why? Read this.

As Written Bu Joel B. Pollak for Breitbart:

Former UN Ambassador and National Security Council member Samantha Power has been silent on Twitter since President Donald Trump’s decision to attack a Syrian air base Thursday in response to Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons attack against civilians last Tuesday.

Power wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning book on genocide, in which she criticized past U.S. presidents for inaction — then did nothing as the carnage unfolded in Syria on President Barack Obama’s watch.

Power’s inaction was legendary — first as chair of President Obama’s so-called “Atrocities Prevention Board,” then as UN Ambassador. Breitbart News was among the first to call for her resignation from the administration, in 2013; the Wall Street Journal followed in 2016, with a scathing editorial blasting her for being a bystander to genocide in Syria.

Since leaving office in January, Power has been a frequent critic of President Trump, his staff, and his foreign policy. On Wednesday, she called the story about former Obama administration official Susan Rice “unmasking” members of the opposition a “scam.” Last month, she gave credence to conspiracy theories about Russian efforts to help Trump win the 2016 election.

On Tuesday, Power specifically criticized President Trump on Syria, implying that he was indirectly responsible for the chemical weapons….



Samantha Power Silent Since Trump Attacked Syria – Breitbart



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