Newsweek: a slight rise in the popularity of Trump after beating Syria
"Newsweek" magazine reported that the popularity of President Donald Trump rose slightly after a military strike on Syria airport last week 's decision, although history suggests that military action decisions enhance the popularity of presidents rates.
The magazine pointed out that a poll conducted by a network "CBS" and released on Monday, found that 43% of Americans disapprove of the performance of Trump. The ratio at the end of last March had stood at 40%. This slight increase caused by the shift in independents who saw their support for Trump from 34% to 42% rates rose.
While the daily surveys conducted by the Gallup organization did not show any change in the days following a military strike against Syria 's decision of Trump .. and remained the president 's popularity at 40% until Tuesday.
Gallup noted that it was found that 50% of respondents agreed to Trump 's decision to bomb the base of the Syrian air, which is the second lowest military decision in terms of support, from among the 11 military action has been conducting surveys on them since 1983.
I found other polls that the popularity of Trump I stopped at 44%, and 45% agreed on Trump 's decision to strike Syria in response to a chemical attack in Idlib last week.
The Washington Post: Pentagon struggling to explain the high number of civilian casualties of the air strikes
newspaper "The Washington Post" said that the US Department of Defense , "Pentagon" has struggled in recent weeks in order to explain the reasons for the increase in civilian casualties in its air campaign against Daesh, fueling speculation that the new administration follow policies have resulted in greater loss of life.
US military officials have insisted that there has been a significant change in the rules that his air control in Syria and Iraq, and attributed the fatal accidents that occurred to a new phase of intense war, carried out by Daesh the last his attempt in defense in populated areas such as the Iraqi city of Mosul.
But some people in Syria and Iraq are wondering whether the surge in civilian casualties caused by the military position of the President of the Trump, the former saying that the United States must eliminate the families of the militants.
The newspaper went on to say that the recent incidents and what his gesture of attention has caused a state of anxiety within the military strikes that undermine the ability of the United States to fight Daesh.
The US military spokesman recently said that this has a negative impact on their image at least in the region and the world, and will likely be detrimental to the strength of the coalition, and this is precisely what he is trying Daesh target at present.
She explained the Washington Post that the difficulty faced by the army in the count of civilian casualties, which has been exacerbated by the secrecy and operation regulations, the guidance of the complex strikes, has allowed Daesh to promote his vision of events.