President Obama is set to a TV blitz while making his case for Syria Monday. That’s according to the latest White House press pool report citing a White House official.
“According to a White House official, President Obama will tape interviews on Monday afternoon with three network news anchors, as well as with PBS, CNN and FOX,” the pool report reads.
The interviews will be taped an air at night during the network news broadcasts.
President Obama is also set to address the nation Tuesday to discuss Syria.
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