The Obama administration is claiming that the threat of United States military action in Syria is what caused Russia and Syria to make way for a diplomatic option.
In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly called President Obama's Syria speech from last night “flat." He criticized him for not showing “righteous anger” when speaking about the horrible images of children writhing in pain.
Charles Krauthammer reacted to President Obama’s national address on Syria tonight on Special Report. Bret Baier asked the syndicated columnist about the added time it will take to wait for a possible Russian proposal.
Republican Senator Rand Paul (KY) reacted to President Obama's address on Syria with his own speech laying out on how the United States should respond...
President Obama addressed the nation tonight on the ongoing crisis in Syria. Citing the intelligence showing that chemical weapons were used and the Assad regime’s own admission that they have such weapons, President Obama said statements of condemnation are “simply not enough.” Read the transcript below and watch the full video of his speech.
Ahead of President Obama’s national address tonight, senior officials tell Fox News that he will call for a “diplomatic pause” on the Congress vote over authorizing military strikes in Syria.