US Secretary of State John Kerry said the UN report into the chemical weapon attack in Syria has confirmed what the US knew. He said:
It was in the Senate that I first head Daniel Patrick Moynihan end many of his own arguments saying you are entitled to your own opinion but you are not entitled to your own facts. And those words are really worth using and focusing on as we head into next week's meeting in New York.
We really don't have time for anyone to have their own set of facts, approaching the issue of chemical weapons in Syria.
This fight about Syria's chemical weapons is not a game. It is real. It's important.
The UN report into the chemical attack confirms what we already knew.
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