Karl Rove: Obama’s arguing with himself on Syria

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During President Barack Obama’s commencement speech Wednesday at West Point Academy, he defended his decision to keep the U.S. military out of Syria, which prompted political commentator Karl Rove to go on the attack against Obama.

Rove said Obama’s comments basically sound like an “argument with himself” on the issue.

Over three years ago, he said if Syrians did the following things it was a red line for the United States and Assad must go, Rove said Wednesday morning on FOX’s Happening Now. Three years later, Assad is still there after they have violated the president’s red line, now he says vaguely, ‘We’ll take some new action in Syria.’

h/t: Politico

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