The result of these interviews, and a presidential address to the nation Tuesday night, will be approval of what the administration wants, predicts White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough.
Meanwhile, a USA Today survey finds that “only a small fraction” of Congress are openly supporting military action against Assad.
Listen to Jon’s commentary: play pause Keller at Large Sept 9 2013 Jon Keller Download
That is putting an awfully heavy burden on presidential rhetoric to reverse what seems like an overwhelming political backlash against his plan.
Perhaps there are more open minds than it seems. If you’re one of them, what do you need to hear from the president over the next two days to bring you around?
It’s not as if his core argument hasn’t already been made repeatedly by Sec "
Click here to read the whole article
BOSTON (CBS) ? Thursday on our sister station, 98.5 the Sports Hub, Felger and Mazz were kicking around a question ? in our baseball-crazyRead more
That is about ten percent of that city's annual budget, and the rest of the numbers promise a badly-needed cash boost for some blue-collarRead more
Dr. Martin Luther King waves to supporters on the Mall in Washington DC during the 'March on Washington' August 28, 1963. (Photo creditRead more
BOSTON (CBS) ? By now, everyone has an opinion on Miley Cyrus's?whatever it was the other night on the Video Music Awards. And while IRead more