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Rep. Engel: 'No good options left in Syria'
Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., joins MSNBC’s Alex Witt in studio to discuss the situation in Syria. “I’ve seen evidence that leads me to believe that it was Assad” who used chemical weapons on his enemies. If Assad had not utilized weapons, Engel says, Assad would not have stopped the weapons inspectors from immediately investigating the situation. Engel respectfully disagreed with the position of his colleagues Rep. Gregory Meeks and Rep. John Garamendi that the Obama administration should wait for more information and needs the approval of Congress to engage in regards to military strikes in Syria.
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