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British Prime Minister David Cameron told the House of Commons on Wednesday that he has not ruled out arming the Libyan opposition, but added that Britain has not made the decision to do so.
Clinton and Gates made clear that no decision had been made on arming the rebels, with Congress members from both parties saying they believed it would be a bad idea, according to participants.
Legislators from both parties said after Wednesday's House briefing that Clinton told them the administration acted within the requirements of the War Powers Act and needed no congressional authorization for further decisions on the mission.