Former Secretary of State John Kerry said former President Barack Obama should have followed through on his infamous "red line" warning to Syria, and the United States "paid a price" as a result of Obama's inaction.
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly called Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a “winner” in the chemical weapons compromise.
On Fox News Sunday, Karl Rove criticized the Obama administration for its handling of the Syria crisis following the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack. He said Obama's failure to make a decision on military action has given the Assad regime weeks to prepare for U.S. strikes, calling it an "unmitigated disaster" and "amateur hour at the White House."
Will President Obama order the strikes without the approval of Congress? It's the question of the day, and the weekend, as President Obama gets set to address the nation Tuesday to once again state his case for a U.S. military strike on Syria.
This morning on Fox and Friends, Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. presented his "Two Minutes of Truth," focusing on the debate about whether to launch military strikes on Syria.
Michelle Malkin gave us her take this morning on President Obama's newest comments on "red lines" in Syria, calling the president a "pathological buck-passer."
During a wide-ranging and insightful sit-down with Greta Van Susteren yesterday, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld learned of President Obama Wednesday morning statement about "red lines" in Syria. Obama declared in Sweden yesterday that he never set a red line on American action in Syria, arguing that the international community set a red line on chemical weapons use long ago.
President Obama spoke this morning on Syria at a press conference in Sweden with Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt. He was asked whether he is prepared to order the strike on the Syrian regime without Congress' approval, and whether he feels that he has to act against Bashar al-Assad to protect his own credibility after he drew a "red line" on chemical weapons use.
U.S. officials have concluded that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has used chemical weapons against his own people.
President Obama is facing criticism for his statement last summer that the "red line" for possible U.S. involvement in the Syrian conflict was the use of chemical weapons.