Syria strategy not to engage in civil war, but some things 'simply inexcusable': Matt

Defense Secretary James Mattis said the U.S. remains committed to "ending that war through the Geneva process, the UN orchestrated effort."
0:17 | 04/12/18

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Transcript for Syria strategy not to engage in civil war, but some things 'simply inexcusable': Matt
We're still assessing the the intelligence. Ourselves and our allies we're still working on this is. We stand ready to provide military options if there appropriate. At present the term.

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