Sen. Kerry Says Syria Could Help U.S. Interests Democratic Sen. John Kerry recently sat down with the president of a country that the U.S. says sponsors terrorism. Kerry, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, says Syria could play a constructive role in U.S. policy in places like Iraq and Gaza.
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Sen. Kerry Says Syria Could Help U.S. Interests

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Sen. Kerry Says Syria Could Help U.S. Interests

Sen. Kerry Says Syria Could Help U.S. Interests

Sen. Kerry Says Syria Could Help U.S. Interests

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Democratic Senator John Kerry recently sat down with the president of a country that the U.S. says sponsors terrorism. Senator Kerry tells Renee Montagne Syria could play a constructive role in U.S. policy in places like Iraq and Gaza. Kerry is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.