Trump: In moral outrage?

President Donald Trump’s remark in the aftermath of the Syrians killed by President Bashar Assad with chemical weapons, was striking for  both its emotion and moral outrage. At a Rose Garden, Washington, D.C., joint press conference with visiting King Abdullah II of Jordan on Wednesday, Trump said the following: “When you kill innocent children, innocent babies — babies, little babies — with a chemical gas that is so lethal — people were shocked to hear what gas it was — that crosses many, many lines, beyond a red line.  Many, many lines.”

Assad: The face of evil

Few would doubt that Trump was truly horrified by the scenes of innocent children dying slow, agonizing death. He vowed hours later that something should happen to the Syrian president. He implemented his threat when he ordered cruise missile strikes, 59 of them, against selected targets in Syria as punishment for so barbaric an act. The president would say this afterwards: “Assad choked out the lives of innocent men, women and children. It was a slow and brutal death for so many. Even beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack.”

Great! But all of that still leaves unanswered one vital question: Where was Trump’s sympathy and moral outrage when the following incidents happened(?):