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Russia, U.S. allies, and President Donald Trump's own far-right base reacted yesterday to the news that the United States, on President Trump's orders, launched a military strike on a Syrian government airbase in response to a chemical attack in Idlib province that killed more than 80 civilians. Although many countries around the world praised the unilateral attack on Bashar al-Assad's regime, tensions between Russia––currently the subject of a probe into interference in last year's presidential election––and the United States flared, with the former nation condemning the assault as an "act of aggression" while Trump faced scathing criticism from the far-right voters, who feel Trump betrayed a key non-intervention campaign promise.

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