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Lawmakers React to Iran Nuclear Deal

July 14, 2015
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WASHINGTON D.C. -- Lawmakers are now weighing in on the Iran nuclear deal.

"Congress will now thoroughly vet the details of this Iran deal, but my initial impressions are that the President is willing to trade our and Israel’s security for the sake of his legacy. This deal will allow Iran to give more money to support global terror, build their armament and make upgrades to their centrifuges that will put them within grasp of a nuclear bomb as soon as time runs out on this deal. The President has given Iran the ability to strengthen its position and buy time until it can make weapons. I will never vote for a deal that will put America and Israel in danger, and this deal seems to do just that,”  said Congressman Ralph Abraham (R) Alto. 

"If the President gives Iran enough leeway, it's naive to think they will not continue to develop their nuclear program. No deal is better than a bad deal. If it jeopardizes American security and global stability in any way, Congress cannot support" said Sen. Bill Cassidy (R) Louisiana.

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