Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Wednesday expressed outrage over leaks related to possible air strikes on Syria, calling them "crazy."
McCain pointed to reports that say U.S. air strikes on Syria could begin as early as Friday.
The Republican senator, who has long called for more aggressive U.S. action against Syria, said the leaks are tipping the U.S. hand.
"But all of these leaks, when strikes are going to take place, where, what's going to be used, if I were Bashar Assad, I think I would declare tomorrow a snow day and keep everything from work," McCain said on Fox News. "This is crazy. These leaks are just crazy."