Good to see the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee earning their big Congressional salaries today. By coming back to Congress while Congress is still in recess and holding this hearing on Syria that is so important. Because of everything and everyone is involved here like putting people in harms both Americans and people in Syria. I wish the U.S. House would come back before Congress comes back next week and does the same thing. So Congress and the American people are as informed by this as much as they possibly can.
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