By Alexander Bolton - 09/04/13 04:38 PM EDT
A Senate Foreign Relations Committee markup of a resolution authorizing military strikes against Syria has been delayed at least an hour as members of the panel try to reconcile their differences.
Sen. Jim RischJim RischResearch: Infrastructure systems easy to hack, a little slow to patch Republicans root for Pence as VP Senate votes for energy bill negotiations with House MORE (Idaho), the second-ranking Republican on the panel, said colleagues were discussing the resolution as he left the meeting.
Sen. John McCainJohn McCainFULL SPEECH: Hillary Clinton links Trump to 'alt-right' in Reno John McCain: No longer a profile in courage Clinton: Trump gives rise to 'fringe element' stoking racial discord MORE (R-Ariz.), an influential voice on national security and a member of the Foreign Relations panel, said Wednesday morning he would not support the use-of-force resolution “in its current form.”
McCain has expressed concern the resolution goes too far in restricting the president's authority.