In other news, a federal judge has approved the consent decree that will reform the Baltimore police department over the objections of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Meanwhile, a White House meeting about the future of Trumpcare reportedly devolved into a "total meltdown."
The meeting was tense. At one point, according to three sources briefed on the meeting, White House chief of staff Reince Priebus suggested it could be detrimental to Ryan’s speakership if Republicans fail to pass a bill. Others disputed that characterization, saying the comments were not aimed specifically at Ryan but more broadly, as in: All Republican lawmakers' jobs are in jeopardy if they don't deliver.
"It was really bad," said one person familiar with the meeting. "They were in total meltdown, total chaos mode."
Finally, the Syrian airbase that Trump ordered an attack on last night is already being used again according to Reuters and the French press.
— Maya Gebeily (@GebeilyM) April 7, 2017
JUST IN: Syrian warplanes take off from air base hit by U.S., carry out strikes in Homs countryside - Syrian observatory for human rights
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 7, 2017
We launched $100 million worth of cruise missiles at nothing.
Thank Flying Spaghetti Monster, it's Friday. Have a good weekend.