During a Senate hearing this morning on how to combat ISIS, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) pressed Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey on how the U.S. would respond if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's air forces attacked U.S.-backed moderate Syrian forces.
The commander of the Free Syrian Army has made it clear that there will be no ceasefire. Fox News anchor Eric Shawn spoke to General Salim Idris over Skype about the crisis in Syria.
On Hannity last night, Sean highlighted a new report from NBC News that indicates moderate Syrian rebels are growing desperate and therefore turning to al Qaeda-affiliated groups for help. He discussed the alarming trend, as the CIA sends more weapons into Syria, with Michelle Malkin and Juan Williams.
Martha MacCallum discussed the situation in Syria with Fox News military analyst Lt. Col Oliver North (Ret.), including the CIA's support for the rebels and the Obama administration's relationship with Russia.
On today's Happening Now, Arizona Sen. John McCain (R) responded to why he's been such an outspoken proponent for the use of force in the United States' reaction to Syria's perpetration of chemical weapons use.
Sen. John McCain said shouting “Allahu Akbar” is the same as saying “thank God.” McCain (R-AZ) made that stunning theological pronouncement during an interview on Fox and Friends.