"[Airstrikes] must be broader and more sustained to deliver an unmistakable message to Assad that further use of weapons of mass destruction risks such devastating retaliation"
|Wall Street Journal||1|
"President Trump announced “mission accomplished” after Friday night’s missile attack on Syria, and he’s right if his goal was merely to punish Bashar Assad’s use of chemical weapons"
|New York Times||1|
|Los Angeles Times||1|
"If the deployment of such weapons in Syria goes unpunished, other governments and movements might be emboldened to violate that prohibition."
|New York Post||1|
"one night’s good work."
|San Jose Mercury News||1|
|New York Daily News||1|
"And we support Trump’s Tomahawks against chemical weapons plants that should have been shut long ago."
"Now that Assad has used them again, killing more than 40 people in rebel-held Douma, President Donald Trump must respond again — as he did last year with a Tomahawk missile strike on a Syrian government airfield after a sarin gas attack killed at least 85 people."
"Trump was right to strike Syria"
|Dallas Morning News||1|
"Trump makes the right call on Syria"
|Los Angeles Daily News||1|
|Orange County Register||1|
|The Philadelphia Inquirer||1|
"Military strike was appropriately limited"
|Tampa Bay Times||1|
|Honolulu Star Advertiser||1|
|Las Vegas Review-Journal||1|
|San Diego Union-Tribune||1|
|Plain Dealer (Cleveland)||1|
|San Francisco Chronicle||1|
"We have no quarrel with the use of air strikes on chemical weapons facilities after such ghastly weapons were used in a Damascus suburb"
|St. Paul Pioneer Press||1|
|Detroit Free Press||1|
|Milwaukee Journal Sentinel||1|
|Fort Worth Star-Telegram||1|
|Kansas City Star||1|
|St. Louis Post-Dispatch||1|
"he response must not be limited to a single strike like the one a year ago. This time, it should be sustained and punishing, not just to get Assad’s attention but also that of Iran, Hezbollah and, most importantly, Russia."
|Salt Lake Tribune||1|
|Investor’s Business Daily||1|
"One year ago, he dispatched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Syrian targets following that country’s use of chemical weapons that killed more than 100 people. Whether that action altered the Syrian government’s behavior may be debatable, but it was the appropriate, properly calibrated response. Tensions rachet up as Israel blamed for Syria missile strike Yet if President Trump takes similar action and nothing more, then continues his push to reduce U.S. military presence in that country’s civil war, he might as well do nothing at all."
|Sun-Sentinel (South Florida)||1|
|Record (Bergen County, N.J.)||1|
"We hope President Trump stands true to his word, that the strikes represent a more sustained engagement in regard to what is happening in Syria."
|San Antonio Express-News||1|
"A military strike to punish Assad — this one, with Britain and France last week targeting facilities linked to his chemical weapons — is a credible, even necessary, response"
"Trump was right to punish Syria, but it’s not over"
Putting as ambigious but it's pretty clear they support the airstrikes
Press-Enterprise (Riverside, Calif.)
|News & Observer (Raleigh)||1|
"A military response should send a needed signal to both Mr. Assad and the North Korean regime, especially as the White House gears up for high stakes talks with Pyongyang."
|Deseret News (Utah)||1|
Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester)
Same as Sacremento Bee
"we should feel proud as Americans. We did the right thing in Syria, as did our two great, old friends."
|Dayton Daily News||1|
"Syria must be taught the lesson that it can't afford to use nerve gas Assad will regret defying the mightiest military coalition in the world"
|Arlington Heights Daily Herald||1|
|Asbury Park Press||1|
|Des Moines Register||1|
|Commercial Appeal (Memphis)||1|
"Any retaliation should be surgical and strike where only those responsible will feel the pain."
|Palm Beach Post||1|
|Times of Northwest Indiana||1|
|Wisconsin State Journal||1|
|Arizona Daily Star||1|
|Post & Courier (Charleston)||1|
"Airstrikes show U.S. resolve"
|News Journal (Wilmington)||1|
|Akron Beacon Journal||1|
|LNP (Lancaster, Pa.)||1|
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
|The State Journal-Register||1|
|El Paso Times||1|
|Knoxville News Sentinel||1|
|Morning Call (Allentown)||1|
|Rockford Register Star||1|
|New Haven Register||1|
|News Tribune (Tacoma)||1|
Chattanooga Times Free Press
|Times-Picayune (New Orleans)||1|