Syria’s government said it will agree to a Russian plan for it to turn over its chemical weapons stockpile. France will seek a U.N. Security Council resolution supporting the proposal.
“This war is against the interest of the Unites States,” President Bashar Assad said during an interview with Charlie Rose.
Secretary of State John Kerry has said 34 countries and organizations are ready to support the U.S. in its military strikes against Syria. But who are they?
Step one of the President’s newly announced plan to seek Congressional approval for military action in Syria was— of course — to talk to John McCain.
Updated: “Hair samples and blood samples have tested positive for signatures of Sarin,” Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday on “Meet The Press.” “This case is building and this case will build.”
The memes are running 10-1 against, Mr. President.
Updated: The president says he has “the authority” to strike Syria without Congress, but “I know that the country will be stronger” if he asks for their opinion.
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In a phone call with British Prime Minister David Cameron, the Russian president sticks to Syria’s denial.