FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2018, file photo, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, greets supporters in Honolulu. Gabbard has announced she’s running for president in 2020. The 37-year-old Gabbard said in a CNN interview slated to air Saturday night that she will be formally announcing her candidacy within the week. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia, File)

Mouaz Moustafa, Executive Director for the Syrian Emergency Task Force, has brought multiple congressional delegations to the Syrian border, including Senator John McCain, explained how Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard showed 'zero sympathy' when she saw the aftermath of chemical attacks against Syrian civilians, including babies who were burned by Assad's chemical attacks.

(Mouaz Moustafa)] I have taken Tulsi Gabbard to the border myself. I had her meet with little babies that have been burned, with medical workers, with civilians that told her directly what the Assad regime, what Iran and what extremists have done to them. She showed pretty much zero sympathy during that period of time. After that trip she went on against the advice of the chairman without the permission of her own party and Ranking Member Engel at the time and Chairman Royce and so on and went and met with Bashar al Assad in the hopes that she somehow would be a mouthpiece for him and a messenger to President Trump and President Trump shut her down pretty hard by saying he doesn't tolerate the gassing of children of God in this day and age and she sort of you know didn't get what she wanted in that. But this Congresswoman, sir, I don't know how she is elected to Congress. It's laughable that she would be running for President, I think her campaign is dead on arrival.

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Mouaz Moustafa, Executive Director for the Syrian Emergency Task Force spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the dangerous ramifications of President's decision to remove troops from Syria. Moustafa, who has brought multiple congressional delegations to the Syrian border, including Senator John McCain, explained how Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard showed 'zero sympathy' when she saw the aftermath of chemical attacks against Syrian civilians, including babies who were burned by Assad's chemical attacks.

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