Could not have had a better result.
Trump faced criticism for using the term Saturday on social media, with critics noting that it echoed former President George W. Bush's declaration shortly after the US invasion of Iraq in May 2003, and that the Iraq War continued for eight years. Bush addressed sailors aboard a Navy ship in May 2003 alongside a "Mission Accomplished" banner, just weeks before it became apparent that Iraqis had organized an insurgency that would tie down USA forces for years.
Syria's chief allies, Russian Federation and Iran, called the use of force by the United States, Britain and France a "military crime" and "act of aggression" with the potential to worsen a humanitarian crisis after years of civil war. Moscow slammed the joint United Nations and OPCW inquiry as flawed.
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) would be instructed to report within 30 days whether President Assad's government has fully disclosed its chemical weapons stockpile.
While Germany did not take part in the action against Syria, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday she supported steps taken by the allies. Iraq war veteran and Hawaii Democrat Tulsi Gabbard expressed concern that "military action in Syria could escalate into a war with Russian Federation and Iran".
Within hours of the joint US, UK and French attack - which saw 105 allied missiles hit strategic targets - the Damascus government attacked the two towns in the Syrian countryside. The government-run Syrian Central Media said the missiles targeted the Shayrat air base in Homs.
In his televised address from the White House on Friday, Trump said the US was prepared to keep up the economic, diplomatic and military pressure on Assad until he ends a pattern of killing his own people with internationally banned chemical weapons. He said the USA knew of no civilians killed by allied missiles.
The Prime Minister will say the UK joined the United States and France in co-ordinated strikes following the chemical weapons attack in Douma to "alleviate further humanitarian suffering".
Syria has repeatedly denied using banned weapons.
He told the BBC the strikes in Syria were meant to signal that "enough is enough" and their "primary objective is to say no to the use of barbaric chemical weapons". U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that "right now, this is a one-time shot and I believe it has sent a very strong message to dissuade him, to deter him".More news: Cricket on the streets with Sachin
But they have made none of that evidence public, even after they, along with Britain, carried out air strikes on Saturday, bombing sites they said were linked to Syria's chemical weapons programme. Assad's Barzah research and development center in the Damascus area was destroyed, the general said.
Russian Federation told the United Nations last Friday that its experts found no trace of "toxic substance use" during their investigation in Douma.
French President Emmanuel Macron, however, on Sunday told a French television network that he had "convinced him that it's necessary to be there...we also convinced him that the strikes had to be limited to chemical weapons capabilities". -Russian agreement, President Assad of Syria was again using chemical weapons. "Chemical weapons use has become an all too regular weapon of war in the Syrian conflict", Wilson said, going on to cite 390 allegations of chemical weapons attacks since 2014.
For its part, France has said it has evidence Russian Federation was responsible.
The U.S., United Kingdom and France launched strikes on Syria a week after U.S. President Donald Trump said there would be a "big price" to pay for the apparent use of chemical weapons by President Bashar al-Assad's forces in the town of Douma, an attack that killed scores of civilians. The U.S. says it suspects that sarin gas also was used.
And still, the course of Syrian's civil war will likely remain unchanged.
"This is hard to do in a situation like this", he said, in light of the volatility of chemical agents.
Experts and lawmakers warned before the strikes that although the chance is small, bombing Syria could increase the odds of a war between Russian Federation and the US.