Jun 15, 2015

GOP senator warns of 'breathtaking' concessions in Iran nuke talks | WashingtonExaminer.com

The Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee warned Monday that the Obama administration is on a dangerous path toward a deal that would let Iran continue its nuclear program, and said if Iran pushes for more concessions related to transparency, President Obama should please pause and consider rethinking the entire approach. It is breathtaking to see how far from your...

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