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Syria / Civil War / Chemical Weapons / The Debate #1051224

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 08, 2013
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(Studio: David Muir) The hard sell from President Obama's administration about the need for a military response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria introduced.

(White House: Jeff Zeleny) Obama's push amidst a wave of public apprehension over Syria and a new denial from Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, who promised retaliation against a strike, reviewed. [On "This Week," White House chief of staff Denis McDONOUGH - says Assad killed over a thousand people.] [Two REPUBLICANS; on the homefront, two CITIZENS - comment.] The president's plans for a face-to-face meeting with wavering Democrats discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) The ABC News interview tomorrow with Obama and the Tuesday night address announced.

(Studio: David Muir, Rebecca Jarvis) The nervous reaction of the stock market to the crisis in Syria and the prospects for a rise in oil prices discussed.

Muir, David;
Zeleny, Jeff;
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