( CNN) What’s the White House’s next move when it comes to Syria? Let’s hope nothing.

President Donald Trump’s salvo of cruise missile against a military airfield in Syria last week brought bipartisan acclaim, and that’s a major cause for concern.

In a partisan age, the American media likes to report on any apparently bipartisan agreement, and has an interest in subtly cheering any US military campaign, despite its size or scope, because it almost always leads to increased ratings. Yet in their passion, sometimes the national media, Democrats and Republicans can all be wrong simultaneously.

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