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Republican Sen. John McCain said Wednesday President Obama struck an emotional chord with the American public late Tuesday, but he was "very disappointed" that he did not lay out a plan to arm vetted rebel groups fighting Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Sen. Chris Murphy said Friday he is worried that the Syria resolution making its way through the Senate could drag the United States into a broader conflict that could last a decade.
Former CIA Director Michael V. Hayden said Thursday that he "reluctantly" backs a military strike against the Syrian government and that President Obama painted the United States into a corner by saying the use of chemical weapons represented a "red line" for his administration.
Howard Dean appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Thursday, suggesting that it's best to trust President Obama on U.S. military action in Syria because he knows more about the crisis than most, Newsbusters.org first reported.
Chris Matthews appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Wednesday, accusing President Obama of putting Democratic leaders in a "wicked position." Matthews argued that politicians would be forced to support the president as he wages war, or shun their party loyalty by acting on principle.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said Friday that Sen. Jeff Flake is a "strong conservative," putting him at odds with some voices in the GOP who have hammered the Arizona Republican's reluctance to embrace a government shutdown in order to stop funding for Obamacare.
Ramping up pressure on President Obama to lay out a clear policy toward Syria, Sen. John McCain said Wednesday the nation's growing refugee population will come to "hate" the United States if it does not do more to assist the opposition forces.
President Obama may be a solid public speaker, but when it comes to schmoozing with those of different political ilk — a key ingredient for a successful policy persuader — he's sorely lacking, said one of his chief fans, MSNBC's Chris Matthews.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki on Tuesday defended the Bloomberg administration's use of a controversial crime-fighting tactic that's been linked to racial profiling, saying it's been a catalyst for New York City's decades-long turnaround from seedy to family-friendly.