The U.S. has launched at least 50 cruise missiles against a military airfield in Syria following a chemical weapons attack Tuesday that left nearly 70 dead. The primary target was reportedly an airbase at Shayrat, located outside Homs.
Fox News' Jennifer Griffin reported that the Tomahawk missile strikes were fired from warships in the Mediterranean Sea. They destroyed portions of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s military infrastructure.
Hear it from the man himself. Trump explains the actions taken in Syria and states it's a "vital national security interest."