Carrying the Weight of Syria, Obama Visits Sweden and Russia

The high-stakes debate over striking Syria continues to rage at home, but President Obama has taken his message on the road. He proposed international cooperation in Sweden and faces anti-strike pressure from G-20 leaders at the St. Petersburg summit

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NoraAshraf97
NoraAshraf97

@TIME @TIMEPolitics It 'll be Iraq all over again. More ppl will die. If he cares, he wldnt strike. US has benefits behind their intentions.

BiggieT68
BiggieT68

@2AMInThePM57 @TIME if you read the article it says he is facing anti strike pressure from G-20 leaders, and it was an awkward meeting

MAKAMTRANS
MAKAMTRANS

@TIME Or redistribution of wealth or 7 past leaders will celebrate the Macedonian Constitution! Putin is grandson of GOD! Who is Obama?

HookHenri
HookHenri

@TIME is Russia a racist country when it comes to African Americans??..historically??

Kurpes
Kurpes

@TIME you sound like a teenage girl. "Lol WWIII could happen, awkward"

mightylou
mightylou

@TIMEPolitics when the peoples reps say no to limited strike even if u go to the public in an address, we are tired,nation build here first.

2AMInThePM57
2AMInThePM57

@BiggieT68 @TIME I read another one to an apparently he said that if the UN proves Syria used chemicals, then Russia is backing us.