Chris Christie laid blame on President Obama and former secretary of State Hillary Clinton for “any deaths” that result from the Iran nuclear agreement.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday moved to reassure Congress that Israel and America’s Gulf State allies would be fully taken care of in the wake of the Iran nuclear deal, which Kerry acknowledged would not stop Iran’s support for terrorism, according to a letter sent by the secretary of state to lawmakers.
A majority of American voters believe that President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are to some extent misleading the public on the nuclear deal with Iran, a survey released by an organization that opposes the agreement indicates.
A senior official at the State Department refused to deny that Iran will “play a role” in the inspections of the Parchin nuclear site believed to have housed nuclear arms development.
Two leading U.S. senators are calling on the Obama administration to release secret letters to foreign governments assuring them that they will not be legally penalized for doing business with the Iranian government, according to a copy of a letter sent Wednesday to the State Department and obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
The State Department senior official inferior only to Secretary of State John Kerry recently circulated a notice to employees regarding the government agency’s “challenges” surrounding conference room use.
House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) criticized the Obama administration for normalizing relations with Cuba for the purpose of “collecting headlines” rather than encouraging democracy.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) sounded off on what he deemed the “fatally flawed” nuclear agreement with Iran Tuesday, asserting that the United States should not trust European nations to sufficiently inspect Tehran’s sensitive facilities.