Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J.) voiced tepid support for the Iran nuclear deal, though the announcement of his decision fell short of an endorsement of the Obama administration’s championed agreement.
Chris Christie laid blame on President Obama and former secretary of State Hillary Clinton for “any deaths” that result from the Iran nuclear agreement.
President Obama has fielded enough support among Senate Democrats for the Iran nuclear agreement to force the success of a deal that a majority of Americans oppose.
President Obama denied ever likening Republican opponents of the Iran deal to warmongers during an interview with the Jewish publication the Forward published Monday, stressing that we must avoid using “incendiary language” to describe critics of the deal.
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 report from the U.N. agency tasked with inspecting Iran’s nuclear facilities indicates that the country may have since May built an extension to its Parchin military site believed to have housed nuclear arms testing.
Another Democratic member of Congress declared opposition to the Iran nuclear agreement this week even as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) is furiously working the phones to sell the deal.
VIENNA (Reuters) – Iran appears to have built an extension to part of its Parchin military site since May, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said in a report on Thursday delving into a major part of its inquiry into possible military dimensions to Tehran’s past atomic activity.
A White House spokesman conceded Tuesday that President Obama’s description of his opponents in Congress as “crazies” was “a little too flip.”