Jul 28, 2015

Kerry: Congress can kill the Iran deal | Washington Examiner

Secretary of State John Kerry admitted Tuesday that congressional disapproval of the nuclear deal with Iran would effectively kill the deal because Tehran would be unwilling to renegotiate it. Nothing works for them unless this deal is accepted, Kerry told the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Lawmakers are expected to vote in mid-September whether to approve or disapprove of the deal reached July...

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