-- Austin Scott of Tifton;
-- and Rob Woodall of Lawrenceville, who is not running for re-election.
The Georgia Republicans voting no:
-- Rick Allen of Augusta;
-- Tom Graves of Ranger
-- and Barry Loudermilk of Cassville.
Voting present was Jody Hice of Monroe, a top leader in the House Freedom Caucus. More from the Associated Press:
In addition to the resolution, some Trump allies including Graham are proposing harsh sanctions on Turkey. Graham plans to introduce his sanctions bill with Maryland Democrat Sen. Chris Van Hollen on Thursday. It follows similar bipartisan proposals from the House Foreign Affairs Committee and a GOP sanctions bill led by Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, a member of Republican leadership.
The Trump administration announced its own Turkey sanctions package this week, which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dismissed as not strong enough.
Graham on Wednesday stepped up his criticism of Trump after saying earlier this week that he wanted to give Trump "reasonable time and space" to negotiate an end to hostilities between Turkey and the Kurds.
The president dismissed concerns that the U.S. withdrawal from Syria has abandoned the Kurds against the Turkish military and that Russia has moved into the region to fill the void.
"Syria may have some help with Russia and that's fine," Trump said earlier Wednesday. "It's a lot of sand. They've got a lot of sand over there, so there's a lot of sand they can play with."
Trump said the Kurds, an ethnic minority that helped the U.S. hold territory gained from the Islamic State, are not "angels." He said they are well-protected and know how to fight. "Syria is friendly with the Kurds," Trump said, adding that the Kurds "are much safer right now."
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Eliot Engel, a New York Democrat, called Trump's decision to withdraw troops "callous and impulsive" and said it "set into motion a calamitous breakdown in international security in Syria, one with long-lasting consequences for the United States and the world."
The House resolution calls on the U.S. to support Kurdish communities with humanitarian aid and to ensure that the Turkish military "acts with restraint and respects existing agreements relating to Syria." It also calls on the White House to come up with a plan for the "enduring defeat of ISIS."
The Senate version of the resolution is sponsored by Bob Menendez of New Jersey, the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, and Todd Young of Indiana, a Republican member of the committee and chairman of the Senate GOP's campaign organization.