Sen. John McCain: Putin Doing Assad's 'Dirty Work' With Airstrikes | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Sen. John McCain: Putin Doing Assad's 'Dirty Work' With Airstrikes

Russian President Vladimir Putin did Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's "dirty work" with airstrikes against rebel forces — and "it's a classic example of the Russians treating the United States with complete contempt," Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain told Newsmax TV on Wednesday.

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Let's see. First there is the matter that the United States intervention in Syria, uninvited by the Syrian government and without a UN mandate, is a violation of international law and the UN charter. Second, contempt has nothing to do with it. The Syrian government asked for Russia's help against an insurgency that is at oleast in part yet another covert attempt by the US to regime change a foreign nation, which again is is a violation of international law and the UN charter. So John McCain is clearly complicit in the war crimes being committed by the US Government.

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