To the US foreign policy press Russia "is bombing schools, hospitals and civilians" in Aleppo, Syria whereas the US and its proxies are "liberating" Mosul, Iraq and face an enemy that uses civilians as "human shields."
Actually, the US and Russia are both trying to rid an allied country of terrorists who control part of the country and are using the exact same methods. They find the terrorists and bomb them. They try to kill them. If they happen to be near civilians the civilians are often collateral damage.
Even with the foreign policy press acting as our government's propagandists most Americans oppose their government's endless war and there's endless proof of that if you just Google some terms like this: "US public poll data war in middle east". One article that comes up says that even when the foreign policy press was reporting that Syria used chemical weapons on its own citizens, 60 percent of Americas said we should stay out it and only 9 percent said we should get involved.
By the way, when investigative reporter Seymour Hersch found the reports to be lies the foreign policy press ignored him. It now seems that Turkey, working through militias conducted that attack to try to get the west involved in Syria. The foreign policy press, however, isn't interested in anything that doesn't promote the narrative put forth by their sources in government and think tanks who make their living off of war.
Hillary Clinton, who wants to escalate the war against Syria and expand it to war with Russia, won't say that in so many words because, as she told Goldman Sachs top employees in one of her $250k private speeches, you have to have a public position and a private position. What we get is her public position. If you want to know her private position you can ask a family in a Middle Eastern country when they wake up to the whistle of an incoming American bomb.
Note: Clinton has defended herself on that 'public position-private position' statement by referencing a recent film about Abraham Lincoln and saying that's what Lincoln was doing when he was trying to end slavery. You must use different arguments for different people, she said. At least that's her public position.