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Aired 1-2a ET Aired October 7, 2015 - ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. forces in Afghanistan after accidental airstrike on a hospital. SESAY: Hello, and welcome to our viewers in the United States and around the world. SAVIDGE: The NTSB launching its own team to Jacksonville, apart from the Coast Guard, to investigate, but the outlook is grim. BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Right now, if I was taking the advice of some members of Congress who holler all the time, we'd be in, like, seven wars at a time. (END VIDEOTAPE)  VAUSE: President Obama there finishing that report by Jim Acosta in Washington. CAMPBELL: Even though the Afghans request that support, it still has to go through a rigorous U. STARR: Standards for airstrikes at least initially do not appear to have been met at the hospital. But judging from the response so far from the Afghan government, this not necessarily going to be hugely damaging to the relationship between the Afghan government and U. HILLARY CLINTON (D), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: We should be putting together a coalition to support a no-fly zone because I -- and look, I think it's complicated, and the Russians would have to be part of it. ACOSTA: But as the president told veteran groups seen here in this little-known White House video, he's adamant he's not launching new wars. CAMPBELL: Sir, we had a special operations unit that was in close vicinity, that was talking to the aircraft that delivered those fires. CAMPBELL: We would never intentionally target a protected medical facility. RASMUSSEN: Yes, and that's also up for review I think. Now the way -- it might damage the way that ordinary Afghans look at the U. ACOSTA: President Obama, who's told his team he will continue to support the Syrian opposition, is coming under criticism from all sides, including his 2008 rivals, Hillary Clinton. JOHN MCCAIN (R), ARIZONA: I think we should definitely have some more boots on the ground, not a lot but we better do something. JOHN MCCAIN (R-AZ), ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: But there was no forward air controllers, American forward air controllers on the ground. knew it was a hospital, did reports of Taliban firing justify the attack? SESAY: The question then becomes should those troops remain on the ground what's that relationship going to be like going forward given what has just happened in Kunduz? They've gone through 14 years now of war where we've seen repeated incidence of great civilian losses at the hands of U. ASHTON CARTER, DEFENSE SECRETARY: This approach is tantamount to pouring gasoline on the fire of the Syrian civil war.