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Rep. Yarmuth: If Syria vote were now, 'I'd vote no'
Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ku., is not convinced that attacking Syria is in the best security interests of the U.S. He tells Alex Witt that he does not think Pres. Obama can say anything in his speech on Tuesday that will change his mind. Yarmuth says that the issue is about war fatigue among his constituents and the repercussions of a strike that could drag America into another long conflict.
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