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Topic - Scott Rigell
The pressure is building on President Obama to let Congress do its job by debating the nation's potential involvement in a strike against the Syrian government.
Mr. Rigell, a Republican, said that it would be a "sign of strength, not weakness" if the Obama administration slows down the decision-making process and follows the Constitution.
We have not been attacked," he said during an appearance on WAVY-TV 10 in Portsmouth, Va. "The Constitution makes clear in my view that he really has to come to Congress and receive, not just consultation, but specific statutory authority before engaging U.S. troops."