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The Obama administration Monday defended its policy on Syria and disputed media reports that Secretary of State John Kerry had told a group of U.S. lawmakers the current U.S. policy on Syria was not working.Included in the group were senior Republican lawmakers John McCain and Lindsey Graham, who favor a more muscular U.S. policy to stop the bloodshed in Syria, and Democrats Chris Murphy and Sheldon Whitehouse.State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki, who was present during the meeting in Munich, said Monday that Kerry did not say U.S. policy on Syria was failing.Psaki said the administration had acknowledged more was needed to ease Syria's humanitarian crisis.Asked whether Obama believed that the current U.S. policy on Syria was the right one, Carney responded: "Absolutely".
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