Freshman Rep. Jim Bridenstine, a former Navy pilot who sits on the House Armed Services Committee, said Monday night that he’s skeptical about using U.S. military force in Syria.
The Tea Party favorite said, “I am pleased that President Obama is seeking Congressional authorization to use U.S. military force in Syria.
“As a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, I believe that the use of U.S. military force should be selective, based on America’s national security interests. Thus far, President Obama has failed to clearly define America’s national security interests in Syria or explain how a limited cruise missile strike would contribute to achieving our strategic objectives. I look forward to hearing the President’s case, but right now I’m skeptical.”
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