Shep Gets The Smackdown After His Comments on Trump’s Syria Strike [Video]

[Video] It was downright fun to watch FOX’s Shepard Smith get a smackdown live and on TV. Shep did his very best to try and cast President Trump as two-faced on the Syria issue. Shepard dove back into 2013 to find some tweets that citizen Trump had written about Syria and President Obama’s actions. This was long before Donald Trump was a viable candidate for President of the United States. Now listen as a general gives a lesson. Former Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army, Gen. Jack Keane was too foxy to fall for that and gave Mr. Smith a little lesson in politics and leadership. See if you enjoy this like I did.

As Written By Frank Camp for Daily Wire:

During a segment with former Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army, Gen. Jack Keane, Fox News’ Shepard Smith referenced several tweets from 2013 in which Donald Trump called on then-President Obama not to strike Syria:

“On June the 15th of 2013, he said: ‘We should stay the hell out of Syria, the ‘rebels’ are just as bad as the current regime. What will we get for our lives and $ billions? Zero.’ He also tweeted on August the 29th of that year: ‘What will we get for bombing Syria besides more debt and a possible long term conflict? Obama needs Congressional approval.’

And then on September the 7th, he said: ‘President Obama, do not attack Syria. There is no upside and tremendous downside. Save your ‘powder’ for another (and more important) day!’

There are certainly risks in this matter. There is nothing to say that the Syrians might, instead of not acting again, act again to draw the United States in. I’m sure that’s been part of the calculation, general.”

Instead of piling on, the general rebutted Smith’s…….


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