Russian aerial video shows the damage done to a Syrian airfield after a U.S. missile strike.
The bromance between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin may be over before it could really blossom.
Blame Syrian President Bashar Assad for coming between them.
The Kremlin, a close ally of the Syrian strongman, condemned the U.S. cruise missile attack on a Syrian airfield early Friday morning as an “act of aggression in violation of international law.”
Russia’s Foreign Ministry said it suspended an agreement with the Pentagon to share communication about U.S. and Russian aircraft conducting separate missions over Syria to avoid mishaps.
Russian aircraft support Assad in his fight against rebels, which include the Islamic State, while a U.S.-led coalition is focused exclusively on defeating Islamic State militants.