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President Obama cut into live TV on Tuesday night to address the nation about the crisis in Syria. In remarks made Saturday, Obama called for Congress to vote on whether to approve a military strike against Syria's Bashar al-Assad regime. But on Tuesday night, he said he's delaying that vote amid diplomatic negotiations. Photos: The Top Celebrity Political Twitter Commentators Of course, the cable network pundits immediately began offering their takes on his remarks as soon as the 15-minute speech ended (he started speaking at 9 p.m. Et). On CNN, Republican Newt Gingrich declared: "This speech was

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