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What can't work in Syria is a comprehensive.
Plan that the limited -- will be -- beginning off if you do them to transcend those drones.
Cut down their capacity what is going to happen because Syria's regime is not as isolated as Qaddafi was they'll be replenished -- will be a Russian Iranian support.
Probably not with chemical weapons but -- get an anti aircraft don't have more weapons so what we're gonna do after that strike which isn't needed it is the most important thing.
You know the region as well as anybody I've talked to some lawmakers this week back in their districts who were worried about whether they support the president -- question the president.
They're worried about -- this spread.
Maybe this won't be as needed is plotting some missiles into Syria what are your thoughts look.
Number one demonstration must be very careful in trying to change if you want to administer a strike and then say and hope.
That I -- will go to Geneva and negotiate that's my feeling within -- wants to do.
I'm not that positive that's going to be the because -- feels he is supportive.
So what we need to do is take down the chemical weapons system and not just for the regime if we -- that -- -- -- Syrian opposition.
Has also chemical weapons we need to take it down that should be -- -- who -- the most important thing.
Is to work is seated with a -- body that we have not linked with.
The debate in Washington is -- either guy would assess.
And therefore you don't Hezbollah or you -- the opposition which is you know they infiltrated by al-Qaeda so let's look at the minorities in Syria and the Kurds of the -- -- -- -- We we should be working on.
-- Traveling to the region many times for Fox News to Iraq and Afghanistan Kuwait Saudi Arabia it strikes me that the people there were -- respect strength.
If the president's wavering about what to do and it's not perceived as being a strong response.
What does that do to America's standing in the -- It will ask for the image it will create a media wave of on the one -- criticism of America for those who hope that we would do something for them.
You create a wave of strengthening of the radical position for example.
If we don't strike or if we don't have it actually the real attitude towards those weapons.
The Syrian regime will be hardened Hezbollah will do more Iran would send more weapons.
So we're gonna have a front and even -- caught -- which is in the on the other side would say America -- that nothing happens.
How stunned were you by what happened in the British parliament yesterday.
-- I -- I have seen -- -- this coming because I.
I have hurting the opposition in and -- and the bottom the bottom and then you know also I know that the Iran in Syrian bloc worldwide.
Has a lot of sympathies with regard to some media and when the media as history is showing with the content is doing the problem is in the west we -- either pass it as a threat.
Oracle I -- -- problem of the Syrian people enough.
Your sense about how this goes forward presidents -- will make his decision presumably the French may or may not be with us.
And President Bush got a lot of grief for not having his big of the coalition as as his father did the coalition may be smaller this time.
I think President Obama -- in the absolute truths of President Bush and he he's trying to he's gonna so if I am President Obama I would like to.
Strike at those weapons.
And hope that I'm I'm going to be confronting Iran and Syria and Hezbollah.
I don't know that hole was -- -- materialize because the Iraqis are very firm.
And I think that we relate on -- 2011 we -- in Iraq -- side was box was isolated.
When we left Iraq we allowed to Iran used to penetrate into Syria you've been on the ground truth so now we're dealing with -- teams Iraq Iran.
Lebanon's Hezbollah and Syria -- a much bigger piece of skate today.
And what is the answer do you think from the American perspective because you've got a regime that has weapons of mass destruction.
You've got a guy he's shown a willingness to use them against his own citizens but they've also got the al-Qaeda elements in there so if you topple his government than one.
The best equation that Washington thinking about it as another equation it is not necessary that -- we crumbled asset.
That we're gonna allow content to take -- all over.
At this stands right now yes this will happen why because they have not partnered with the force that is secular.
That hasn't minorities -- -- right Sunnis to moderate Sunnis because they have not worked on our.
And I inside Syria so anything we do right now is gonna bring al-Qaeda to power so we need to do immediately -- to work with a secular SSA.
With the current with the Christians -- Muslim moderates create a formation of a coalition.
That -- should be supported not.
Just sending weapons -- the rebels in general terms so we need to go -- to square one unfortunately.
Its strategy the Israelis seem to be pretty quiet -- all -- this how anxious do you think they are at this point.
The Israelis are observing and monitoring very closely they don't put too much about to have a map -- very close across from the border.
And they look at the actual weapons and we now few weeks ago.
But in the middle of the civil war Israelis I'm not picking any side they just pinpointed where Hezbollah is getting the weapons and they they hit.
So at this point in time I think the Israelis are looking and those chemical weapons and the missiles and targeting them and waiting for the moment to see if the United States is going to be successful --
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