Some Members of Congress Pressuring White House to Seek Congressional Authorization For Any Syria Military Action

It's a start?


As the Obama administration moves ever-closer to a possible military strike on Syria, members of Congress are demanding they at least have a say in the decision—with some pressuring President Obama to first seek their approval. 

It's unclear whether the demands would slow down the administration, as it begins to build the public case for a military strike. One Defense official told Fox News that a U.S. strike is "not a matter of if, but when."