It was reported that the tragic attack has claimed the lives of some 70 innocent civilians. Immediately after the unconfirmed reports, President Donald Trump began threatening Russia, Iran and "Animal Assad," and blamed them for the attack.
The report of the alleged attack is unconfirmed and reported only by the known ISIS sympathizers, the White Helmets.
There has been no independent verification of the chemical attack and it is only being reported by a group who was caught multiple times staging fake attacks.
"Seventy people suffocated to death and hundreds are still suffocating," said Raed al-Saleh, head of the White Helmets. This was their second tweet as the first one—now deleted—which claimed 150 people were killed, was apparently too big of an exaggeration to be believable.