Rep. Scott Rigell (R-Va.) told "In Play" Sunday that President Obama would have been "out of his lane" in regard the Constitution had he not sought congressional approval for a strike against Syria.

Rigell, who authored a letter urging the president seek congressional approval before launching a strike against Syria, added that he was "pleased" that the commander-in-chief had decided to seek a congressional vote, but that if the vote were held today, he would vote "no".

The full video of my interview with Rigell is below.

Congressman Scott Rigell (R-Va.) spoke with In Play's Chris Cillizza about the letter Rigell wrote to the president demanding a Congressional vote on Syria and the moral questions surrounding the current conflict there. (The Washington Post)