President Obama's Unpalatable Options In Syria

Guests

Peter Baker, White House correspondent, New York Times
Dennis Ross, counselor, The Washington Institute
Danielle Pletka, Vice President for Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, The American Enterprise Institute

Syrian President Bashar Assad denied responsibility for the massacre that left more than 100 people dead in Houla in May. Pressure mounts on the Obama administration to consider a more aggressive response to the violence that has plagued Syria for more than a year.

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