This story from WHNT.com and CNN.
(CNN) — Republican Sen. John McCain, who met with President Barack Obama on Monday, said the president would “seriously consider” sending weapons to the rebel forces in Syria on top of a military strike against the country’s regime.
“That means providing them not only weapons but the kind of weapons they need: anti-armor and anti-air. AK-47s don’t do very well against tanks, so we discussed that and that that would be a course of action that the president would seriously consider, I guess is the best way to describe it,” the Arizona Republican said Tuesday on CNN’s “New Day.”
McCain and fellow Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina have been vocal proponents for a strategy that seeks to topple President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, rather than take limited, punitive strikes against Syria.
Graham, who also met with Obama on Monday, gave harsh criticism of the president’s handling of…
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