Syria and President Obama
Eleanor Clift and Armstrong Williams talked about Syria and how U.S. reaction to Syria’s use of chemical weapons has impacted President Obama’s reputation, and his legacy. They also spoke about the partisan divide in Congress. Mr. Williams said he does not support a military strike in Syria, and argued that the U.S. has no strategic interest in the country. Ms. Clift said she was pleased the U.S. was pursuing a diplomatic solution and argued that it may “open the door” for a solution to the Syrian Civil War. close
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