Jul 22, 2015

House leader: Veto-proof disapproval of Iran deal possible | Washington Examiner

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said enough opposition is mounting to the Iran nuclear agreement among lawmakers that they could override a presidential veto and kill the deal. I don't believe a veto-proof majority is out of reach, McCarthy told reporters on Tuesday. Republicans are angry that the Obama administration allowed a United Nations vote on the deal to proceed before...

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