Mattis on possible US airstrikes in Syria: 'I don't rule out anything, right now'

Defense Secretary James Mattis is not ruling out possible U.S. airstrikes against Syria in the wake of an apparent chemical weapons attack on a rebel area in Syria that killed dozens of civilians.
0:27 | 04/09/18

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