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President Donald Trump said he will be taking a break from politics to focus on his recovery from cancer.

He said in a news conference Tuesday that he is “truly thankful for the opportunity and support” that he received in the White House, saying he looks forward to returning to “rest and healing” after a “long illness.”

Trump said he feels “a little better” and that he can “be more active in his personal life.”

He added that he will continue to be a regular visitor to his home in New York and will make the “long drive to California.”1:15 p.u.

The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to condemn the deadly bombing in Syria that killed at least 130 people and wounded more than 600 others.

The vote was overwhelmingly in favor of a Security Council resolution condemning the attack, which came as President Bashar al-Assad’s forces continued a months-long assault on rebel-held areas of Syria.

The U.K. called the resolution “outrageous,” and France voted against it.

The United States and other countries joined France and Britain in condemning the bombing.