In an address to the American people about Syria, Obama urged Americans to watch videos of the aftermath of the Syrian chemical weapons attack.
The former secretary of state reiterates her Monday comments.
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CBS News's Charlie Rose sat down with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over the weekend.
"Look, do you want to play politics in here, or do you want to get a policy in place?" Kerry said.
Sheldon Adelson, who spent millions trying to defeat President Obama, now says he stands behind the White House's push for air strikes in Syria.
McConnell said he had no faith that the Obama Administration could execute an appropriate response.
The poll shows twice as many people -- 57 percent -- disapprove of how he's handled the situation.
Clinton said such a deal "only could take place in the context of a credible military threat" from the United States.