Syria just gassed its own people. Trump blames Obama's 'weakness and irresolution'

How does the President of the United States respond to news that the Syrian government of Bashar-el-Assad has just gassed its own people, leaving untold scores of innocent people dead?

That's right. Donald Trump blames The Black Guy. Again.

That's right, Barack "Hussein" Obama traveled back to the future to mess up Trump's presidency, and gas the citizens of Syria. Thanks, Obama.

Tweren't always thus.

Trump on Syria, from years past:

Coverage of the chemical weapons attack, at Reuters:

A suspected Syrian government chemical attack killed scores of people, including children, in the northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday, a monitoring group, medics and rescue workers in the rebel-held area said.

The Syrian military denied responsibility and said it would never use chemical weapons.

The head of the health authority in rebel-held Idlib said more than 50 people had been killed and 300 wounded. The Union of Medical Care Organizations, a coalition of international aid agencies that funds hospitals in Syria, said at least 100 people had died.

The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack killed at least 58 people and was believed to have been carried out by Syrian government jets. It caused many people to choke and some to foam at the mouth.

Director Rami Abdulrahman told Reuters the assessment that Syrian government warplanes were to blame was based on several factors such as the type of aircraft, including Sukhoi 22 jets, that carried out the raid.

"We deny completely the use of any chemical or toxic material in Khan Sheikhoun town today and the army has not used nor will use in any place or time neither in past or in future," the Syrian army command said in a statement.

The Russian Defence Ministry said its aircraft had not carried out the attack. The U.N. Security Council was expected to meet on Wednesday to discuss the incident.

PHOTO, Reuters: A man carries the body of a dead child, after what rescue workers described as a chemical weapons gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria.