"We should in a bipartisan way seek to ... change Turkey's behavior," Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell said.
Some 50 U.S. warheads are believed to be deployed at the Incirlik air base in southern Turkey, but reports this weekend suggested officials were reviewing plans for their removal.
Despite his rebuke of the left's response to President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw support from the Kurdish fighters and pull troops from Syria, "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade was critical of Trump's policy as recently as Monday.
"At a certain point, Turkey reached its limit," Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, regarding the influx of refugees from Syria into Turkey as a result of a brutal civil war raging in the country.
Trump's business ties in Turkey have raised concerns that White House policy is being influenced by the president's own commercial interests.
Iran's national security adviser said that President Donald Trump and his officials have revealed "some truths which the country's governing body previously lacked the courage to accept and express."
Following Trump's order to withdraw U.S. forces, the Kurds have allied with the Iranian and Russian-backed government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Three issues have the best chances of passing before year's end as Congress tackles its to-do list while House Democrats decide whether to impeach the president.
"We've set the conditions for ISIS 2.0 ... and we're repeating the mistakes of the Obama administration, which pulled out of Iraq too soon and led to all of this in the first place, except we won't have any local allies to fight them again," Michael Waltz said.
The U.S. "has been assisting the Russian forces to navigate through previously unsafe areas quickly," a senior Pentagon official told Newsweek.
Michael S. Smith II said that by allowing the Turkish invasion into northeastern Syria, Trump and Erdogan have played into Putin's hands.
"Istanbul, you've seen the picture of Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump going and opening up Trump Towers," Joe Scarborough said in regards to the president's controversial Syria withdrawal.
The South Carolina senator and Trump ally slammed the president last week over the withdrawal of U.S. military support in Syria.
The president, who regularly watches and retweets positive sentiments voiced on the network, quickly responded to the comments made by "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade.
Trump gave Turkey the green light to invade northeastern Syria after a phone call with Turkish President Erdoğan last Sunday.
It comes as further criticism was heaped on President Donald Trump—his actions described as "careless and callous" by former diplomat Brett McGurk.
We believe the resolution will garner "strong bipartisan support," Schumer said.
Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff joined several GOP lawmakers in condemning President Trump's U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria, warning that ISIS is already beginning its resurgence.
"We've won. We've beat ISIS and we've beat them badly and decisively," the president told reporters last week.
Mark Esper confirmed 1,000 U.S. troops are set to evacuated from northern Syria Sunday under President Trump's "deliberate withdrawal," and administration officials are continuing to threaten Turkey's economy.
Donald Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from positions in Syria blindsided everyone. "To protect your friends, you've got to tell them the truth," said a former U.S. official.
"There is a project to eradicate Kurds," SDF spokesman Mustafa Bali said. "Therefore, our first duty is the protection of our people, border and soil."
President Trump's announced pullout of U.S. troops from Syria prompted an attack by Turkey on Syrian Kurds. U.S. special forces were shelled so heavily, they considered firing back.
Defense Secretary Marks Esper said the U.S.-Kurdish alliance "has been a longstanding concern, a thorn in the side of Turkey, and I guess they finally decided it was time to act."
Thousands of ISIS fighters are being held by Kurdish-led forces in northeastern Syria, but the Turkish assault threatens the security of the detention centers there.
The president's comments come amid widespread criticism and accusations he betrayed the Syrian Kurds.
Turkey is facing widespread condemnation for its military operation against Kurdish-led forces in northeastern Syria.
"The only way this actually ends is when we protect ourselves against those who would threaten us," Jack Keane said.
"I don't understand how a president that claims he's the toughest President ever would do such a weak move like this," Representative Adam Kinzinger said.