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Syria / Civil War / Chemical Weapons / US / A Discussion (Part II) #1050639

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 28, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Christiane Amanpiou, John King and national security expert Fran Townsend and former CIA/NSA head Gen. Michael Hayden about Syria. [From France, AMANPOUR - says there is evidence it was Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's regime using chemical weapons, but there is no attempt to end the war in Syria.] [HAYDEN - says the international community has to respond to the use of chemical weapons; outlines the character of the impending attack by Cruise missiles.] [TOWNSEND - comments on the use of standoff weapons, but there needs to be a larger strategy.] [KING - says President Obama is the commander-in-chief.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
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00:06:10

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