McCain Rips Candy Crowley’s ‘Ludicrous’ Claim That U.S. Could Make War in Syria Worse

They both seem to forget about the current incompetent Commander in Chief we have.
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Appearing on CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley on Sunday morning, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) criticized the administration for allowing the Syrian civil war to expand across its borders and for letting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad reassert control over that country. McCain dismissed Crowley’s suggestion that any U.S. involvement in that country’s current conflict could make it any worse than it is already.

Crowley said to McCain that there were humanitarian crises going on all over the world, but figures in the U.S. seem more concerned with involving themselves in the Syrian crisis more than in other countries.

“You say is what is worse than doing nothing? Maybe doing harm,” Crowley said. “Do you entertain the possibility that some harm could happen if we increase — more harm could happen if we increased it? Help. Military aid.”



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