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Skeptical! President Obama said Saturday the United States should take military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for using chemical weapons on civilians but also turned to Congress for approval. Columnist for “The Weekly Standard” and All Star Panel Member on “Special Report with Brett Baier”, Stephen Hayes questions why Obama wants approval now when he boasted for three years about his ability to bypass Congress. He joins Gibson to explain.
Does he have the votes? Early signs say it will be hard for President Obama to win congressional authorization for military action in Syria. Chief Political Correspondent for The Washington Examiner, Byron York explains why Republicans won’t support the attack.