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On the heels of Thursday's news that Britain's House of Commons would not allow the country to take military action in Syria, "Piers Morgan Live" invites Senator John McCain to offer his perspective.
"This wasn't the first time that Bashar [al] Assad crossed the red line," he tells Piers Morgan. "There are some allegations that it was as many as 30 times, at least ten. There is no doubt this is chemical weapons. Come on, does anybody really believe that those aren't chemical weapons, those bodied of those children stacked up?"
McCain feels strongly Assad needs to be removed from power:
"We should be helping them attain the goal of freeing themselves from one of the most brutal dictators in history," he declares. "To announce that any action we take would not be a regime change to me is incomprehensible."
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