After Donald Trump decided to launch close to 60 tomahawk cruise missiles at Syria in retaliation to the recent chemical attack, fans of the president have not responded in a positive way. One of Trump's strongest supporters, milo yiannopoulos, reacted with a surprising break from the commander in chief.

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During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump positioned himself as a Washington outsider who would not play by the more traditional rules of the Republican Party. While the former host of "The Apprentice" talked tough when it came to foreign policy, he also made it clear that he would not intervene in foreign entanglements, vowing to break the United States away from becoming the "world's police." However, the White House was tested earlier this week when Syrian President Bashar al-Assad targeted his own people with a chemical attack that resulted in nearly 100 causalities, many of whom were innocent women and children.

Trump was not pleased with what took place, and in less than 48 hours ordered the United States military to respond and fire back in the form of dozens of tomahawk missiles at an airbase in Syria. In response, some of the president's most loyal supporters are speaking out, including the controversial Milo Yiannopoulos, as first reported by Mediaite on April 7.

On Thursday night, Milo Yiannopoulos took to his Facebook page to express his disappointment with Donald Trump over his decision to attack Syria. "There comes a day in every child's life when his Daddy bitterly disappoints him," Yiannopoulos wrote. On Friday, the former editor of Breitbart News sent an exclusive statement to Mediaite to elaborate on his frustration with Trump, or as he calls him, "daddy." "I’m as troubled by violence toward innocent children as the next sociopath," Yiannopoulos said.

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but suggested that the Syrian children weren't worth saving because they would "only growing up to be oppressors of women and murderers of homosexuals anyway." "NO MORE POINTLESS FOREIGN WARS," he continued in all caps, before noting that "this is not why people voted for Daddy."

Heated backlash

Milo Yiannopoulos was not the only die-hard supporter of Donald Trump to back off their praise of the president. Since the news broke of the retaliation attack, conservative author and long-time Trump supporter Ann Coulter has sent out multiple tweets criticizing the billionaire real estate mogul.

Ann Coulter lashed out on more than one occasion and even posted an old tweet from Donald Trump where he had previously pushed back against the idea of attacking Syria.

As of press time, it's unknown what the next steps will be, but both the Syrian government, and their ally in Russia have responded, calling Trump's decision "reckless" and a step towards a possible military fight against the United States.