Votes on a military strike on Syria have been delayed to study a diplomatic proposal from Russia. But in an address to the nation Tuesday, President Obama still requested Congressional authorization to act.
In a phone interview Wednesday morning, Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Dist. 7) told Sunrise 7's Sean Caldwell the president's message did little to sway his opposition to a strike.
Rep. Duffy also said the president's inaction after previous threats has resulted in "not a lot of good options left."
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