May I just say here that conducting further airstrikes to pressure Russia and Assad seems like the height of folly.
And also, the "resumed" Syrian bombing of "the same area the regime gassed last week" sounds very like saying that the Syrian government's explanation for what happened - that they hit a terrorist store house that was holding chemical weapons - is in fact what happened. That is not to say that they didn't know there were chemical weapons there, but that's not the story the US government is floating. They say the Syrians have chemical weapons that they are using to bomb people. In times like these, the details are important.
Particularly since, in retaliation for the US attack, Russia has discontinued the hotline connection between the two governments that was set up to avoid such incidents.
Well, to be fair, Trump's advisers chose it.
Tillerson's reported personality makes it seem like he's not the man to perform this delicate task.
...but hey, do what you want...you will anyway.