10 September, 2013

CNN Breaking News

Americans are split on whether President Barack Obama is honest and trustworthy, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll.

A day before the president appeals to the American people in a prime time address to support military action against Syria, the CNN survey shows that 51% of the public says that Obama is honest and trustworthy, with 49% disagreeing.

After a decade of war in the Middle East, the poll now shows that nearly two-thirds of the public say the U.S. should be very reluctant to use military force around the world.

Obama's speech and his administration's aggressive lobbying effort to get support is the focus of Crossfire, which debuts at 6:30 p.m. ET on CNN. Crossfire guests will be Sen. Bob Menendez, a strong supporter of Obama's efforts, and Sen. Rand Paul, who has been firmly against military action in Syria.

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