Bibi Spoke, Obama Blinked

The Congress can now reject a bad nuclear deal with Iran.

Tovia Singer and Rod Bryant,

Obama, Netanyahu (file)
Obama, Netanyahu (file)
Reuters

Tovia Singer and Rod Bryant expose those who said that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress "would make things worse". 

As it turns out, President Barack Obama caved into pressure and agreed to legislation empowering the Republican-dominated Congress to reject any nuclear agreement with Iran.

The White House bowed to pressure before Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously approved the bill that gives US lawmakers the final say on lifting crippling economic sanctions levied on Iran.

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