Aug 08, 2015

[VIDEO]: Blows for Obama as key lawmakers come out against Iran deal | Tea Party Crusaders

This Article originally appeared on AoL. Written By: PATRICIA ZENGERLE U.S. President Barack Obama's hopes of preserving the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers were dealt a setback on Thursday when Chuck Schumer, one of the top Democrats in the U.S. Senate, said he would the oppose the agreement. Schumer's opposition, announced in a lengthy statement, could pave the way for more of...

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