(TWP)
Washington Post Live
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard declines to condemn Syrian president for alleged chemical weapons use
When asked whether she accepts that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has used chemical weapons, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard declined to condemn him suggesting she has yet to assess the evidence saying, “That has been reported. There is also new information coming out from the UN.”
Read More
Up next in top news
promo
5:09
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard declines to condemn Syrian president for alleged chemical weapons use
promo
3:49
Remembering Prince Philip's life and marriage to Queen Elizabeth II
promo
3:29
What we know about the latest coronavirus variants
promo
3:53
Charting Matt Gaetz's rise through Congress
promo
5:26
How one small rule change in 1806 led to the filibuster
promo
6:34
What Derek Chauvin’s defense attorney's questioning reveals
promo
2:34
Biden unveiled his infrastructure plan. Here’s what’s in it.
promo
3:20
Biden administration allows reporters inside Texas border tents packed with minors
promo
3:00
Young witnesses emotionally recall scene when officers detained Floyd
promo
3:35
What you need to know as the Derek Chauvin trial begins
promo
3:47
Biden’s first formal news conference, in 3.5 minutes
promo
2:34
Former classmates share memories of friend lost in Boulder shooting
promo
3:56
Progressives hold power in the House. Here’s why their policies aren’t sailing through.
promo
2:36
A city in mourning: Boulder residents say they are angry and devastated
promo
4:32
Inside the Biden administration’s approach to contain the surge of migrants at the border
promo
2:08
'I could smell the gunpowder': Victims recount mass shooting in Boulder grocery store
promo
3:13
Calls for an end to anti-Asian discrimination ring loud in Atlanta
promo
4:07
Tracking where the AstraZeneca vaccine is available
promo
2:51
'We're hurt': Atlanta residents angry, stunned after spa killings
promo
2:26
Business owners in Atlanta stunned by shootings, demand action
promo
6:46
The scramble for covid-19 shots in Kansas City's 'vaccine deserts'