Senator John Cornyn on Conflict in Syria and Attorney General Holder’s Resignation [AUDIO]
On Friday's edition of The Chad Hasty Show on KFYO, U.S. Senator John Cornyn joined Chad to talk about the U.S. airstrikes Syria and and the President's strategy. He also spoke about the resignation and legacy of Attorney General Eric Holder, ISIS and possible attacks in the U.S., and dysfunction in the Republican party.
On the recent airstrikes in Syria, Cornyn said, "We need a fulsome strategy and not just airstrikes where we blow things up and we pat ourselves on the back and congratulate ourselves for having done what is literally very little to stop this threat."
Cornyn continued about the President's reluctance to bring his plans for the conflict to Congress.
"How in the world do you get the American people behind a country, our country that's at war, without making the case to a bi-partisan majority of Congress and getting their support," asked Cornyn. "Otherwise the President's way out on a limb all by himself, and when things turn bad, badly, which they invariably will at some point, he's out there all by himself. I just think it's prudent, and it's the wise thing to do, and it also happens to be the constitutional requirement."
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