On Tuesday, September 10, hosts Van Jones and S.E. Cupp sat down with former U.S. Senators Rick Santorum and Joe Lieberman to discuss U.S. involvement in Syria and whether or not to trust Russia's plan to have Syria hand over its chemical weapons to international control.
Santorum says that the U.S. has "no national security interest" and "no moral obligation" to constitute a strike in Syria. Lieberman argued that a military strike Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is scared and a strike would hurt him.
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Santorum: No moral obligation to strike
CNN's Crossfire hosts Van Jones and S.E. Cupp talk with Joe Lieberman and Rick Santorum about U.S. involvement in Syria.
Should Americans trust the UN in Syria?
Crossfire host S.E. Cupp questions whether Americans should trust the UN to oversee the Russian plan in Syria.
Wrapping up a heated debate, Crossfire hosts Van Jones and S.E. Cupp discuss what they can agree on.
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Is the Russian plan to rid Syria of chemical weapons a delaying tactic or is it credible?
On the left: Van Jones. On the right: S.E. Cupp. In the Crossfire, former Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), who supports a military strike in Syria, and former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA), who opposes a military strike in Syria.
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President Obama says that a plan suggested by Russia to have Syria hand over its chemical arsenal to international control could avert American strikes "if it's real." As Obama prepares to address the nation, should he follow Russia's lead on Syria, or should he keep threatening a military strike.
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