'Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman has described the US air strikes on the Shayrat airbase as an "aggression against a sovereign nation". Mr Putin sees them as an "attempt to distract the world from civilian casualties from US military action in Iraq," and they "do significant damage" to US-Russia ties", Dmitry Peskov said.'
But Russia wanted Donald Trump to become President of the United States of America because he was their man?
The BBC must be confused, they've been pushing the story that President Donald Trump has too many links with Russia, who helped his election. Yet they also now have to report that President Donald Trump has taken action against the Russian supported regime in Syria, which aids the Islamists in Syria.
Presumably the BBC are trying to formulate attack lines on President Donald Trump, warmonger would be the easiest I suppose. Even though he's just carrying through on Barack Hussein Obama's red lines promise re the use of chemical weapons.
You can monitor the BBC's confusion here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-us-canada-39521332