Certainly makes the United States weak to everyone.
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President Obama’s decision to hold off on military action against the Assad regime after signaling that it was on the cards in response to last summer’s chemical weapons attack made the U.S. “appear weak,” former CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden said on Thursday.

“Sometimes the certainty of an action is far more powerful than the severity of an action,” Hayden said at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ annual forum in Washington.