CLEVELAND -- Nearly 100 people gathered in Public Square to protest U.S. intervention in Syria and advocating for peace.
The protest comes as UN chemical weapon investigators return with samples from outside Damascus.
President Obama addressed the situation from the Rose Garden Saturday, making it clear the US could attack before those results come in. He also said he'll wait for Congressional approval.
The president has had little support around the world and Saturday in Cleveland.
Those attending want the U.S. to wait until the UN investigators release their findings and even then want a strike on Syria off the table completely.