Trump supporters are not happy about missile strikes on Syria

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No more foreign wars: that was one of the key promises Donald Trump made to his supporters on the campaign trail to become US president.

In October, while dining at his Trump National Doral golf resort in Miami, the then-Republican candidate Trump said: "What we should do is focus on ISIS. We should not be focusing on Syria… You’re going to end up in World War Three over Syria if we listen to Hillary Clinton.”

No surprise then that today those key supporters who voted for Trump are not that happy with his decision to strike Assad in Syria after a chemical attack in Idlib on Tuesday. And they have taken to Twitter to voice their opposition: here's what some of the more prominent voices have said...

Former KKK leader David Duke:

Editor of Infowars Paul Joseph Watson:

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter:

Talk show host Laura Ingraham:

Former Congressman Joe Walsh:

French National Front leader Marine Le Pen:

Columnist Katie Hopkins:

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage:

'Alt-Right' leader Richard Spencer:

And some of the Alt-Right activists:

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