Aug 18, 2015

Menendez a 'no' on Iran deal | Washington Examiner

Sen. Bob Menendez announced Tuesday that he will oppose the Obama administration's proposed nuclear deal with Iran, adding to the congressional opposition that will likely lead to its disapproval of the agreement next month. The New Jersey senator, a top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, announced his decision in a speech at Seton Hall University's School of Diplomacy and...

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