Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes, pressed on the steps the U.S. is willing to take to stop the Syrian civil war now that chemical weapons use has been confirmed, played down the likelihood ... more 
Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes, pressed on the steps the U.S. is willing to take to stop the Syrian civil war now that chemical weapons use has been confirmed, played down the likelihood of establishing a no-fly zone, calling it "difficult, dangerous," and "costly," and also said that the possibility of putting American troops on the ground in Syria is "off the table." less 
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