" BOSTON (CBS) - It’s not often we see an administration put the full weight of the White House behind an issue – not only lobbying for support on Capitol Hill, but also bringing the case directly to the American people.
And you’ll see what I mean over the next two days.
It all starts Monday with a series of network TV interviews. Six of them. President Obama will use them to get into your living room, make the case for an attack, and attempt to regain control of the narrative after the Charlie Rose interview with Syrian President Bashar Assad.
And by the way, it’s no coincidence that Assad granted that interview when he did. He and Obama will compete for TV time Monday "
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