The senators, led by
“We need to have a strategy and a plan,” McCain said on the
Obama on Saturday announced he was putting off any missile strikes until after Congress debates and votes on the matter.
On Sunday, Secretary of State
“I don’t believe that my former colleagues in the
A Democratic senator,
"We are strong when we act together," he told CBS. "But if the president were to do something without congressional support, it's just not fair to the men and women we ask to fight our battles to send them in not knowing whether the American public or Congress backs them up."
Administration officials were planning to privately brief congressional members later Sunday on Capitol Hill.