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President Barack Obama walks with Vice President Joe Biden to the Rose Garden of the White House on Saturday to speak on the situation in Syria
NBC's Chuck Todd describes the political process for seeking congressional authorization for a strike on Syria, and says that the president's decision to wait on Congress is a departure from 30 years of strengthening executive branch power.
NBC's Andrea Mitchell says there "seems to be a disconnect" between what Secretary of State John Kerry said and what President Obama said about possible action in Syria.
NBC News' Chuck Todd and David Gregory join MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell to discuss whether President Barack Obama's decision to seek congressional approval before launching a strike on Syria projects weakness.