Coming up tonight at 9 p.m., Piers Morgan joins John McCain in Washington, D.C., for an in-depth, face to face interview.
Boasting three decades of political experience, the senior senator from Arizona opens up about foreign affairs, offering his thoughts on how the U.S. should handle direct military intervention in regards to the current conflict in Syria:
"I would talk with the willing, Saudi Arabia, the gulf states, other states," says McCain. "Even Libya is willing to help out now, after their experience, and the Turks and work together, a coalition where we would set up the safe zone and we would then be supplying and equipping the resistance forces and giving them the aid that they need."
Regardless of specific strategy, the 75-year-old is of the opinion that now is the time to act:
"The longer this lasts, the more brutal, the more massacres, the more brutality and the more likelihood that this extremist elements in Iran, the more likelihood that these chemical weapon stockpiles that Bashar Al-Assad has gets in the wrong hands or even maybe used," he tells the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host. "So it is in our interest."
Watch the clip, listen to the interview, then tune in at 9 p.m. as the 2008 Republican presidential nominee opens up about Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, and Mitt Romney.
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