The vote in Congress is still looming on a possible military strike in Syria.
The vote in Congress is still looming on a possible military strike in Syria. Now, two Tri-State Congressmen say they will not vote in favor of a strike. The first, Larry Bucshon from southern Indiana, and now Kentucky's Ed Whitefield says the president will not have his vote either.
"I've decided I'm not going to vote to authorize the use of missiles into Syria," said Whitfield, "when the president has not articulated a very clear, concise, reason as to why."
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's staff refused comment to our crews tonight about Syria.
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