Brian Williams calls images of US missile launch 'beautiful'

Brian Williams calls images of US missile launch 'beautiful'

Brian Williams calls images of US missile launch 'beautiful'

Williams, of fallen fame, took over Twitter trends again today when he couldn't stop elaborating on the "beauty" of missiles being fired off of the decks of U.S. Navy vessels.

All evening, MSNBC and other news networks had been playing a reel of footage of the assault, which President Trump authorized in retaliation for a chemical attack that killed more than 70 civilians this week. He went on to call the images "beautiful pictures of fearsome armaments".

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Some people deemed the comments as insensitive or perhaps a bit too cavalier. Williams is facing online criticism for saying on MSNBC Thursday, April 6, 2017, for describing video of USA missiles launching during an attack on a Syrian air base as "beautiful".

MSNBC's Brian Williams came under fire Friday for coming up with another broadcast "beauty" during his coverage of the United States strike on Syria.

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Cohen, who died in November at age 82, told the Washington Post in a 1988 interview, the song was "a response to terrorism".

"The fact that there are no alibis or no compromises".

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Williams, who was removed from NBC "Nightly News" two years ago for making up stories that he reported overseas, has been scrutinized for his comments. I don't like it when it's manifested on the physical plane-I don't really enjoy the terrorist activities. He then quoted the song "First We Take Manhattan", by Leonard Cohen, a song about extremism. I remember there was a great poem by Irving Layton that I once read, I'll give you a paraphrase of it.

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