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Netanyahu warns Congress against 'bad' nuclear deal with Iran
Netanyahu warns Congress against 'bad' nuclear deal with Iran

Standing at the rostrum of the House of Representatives, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu directly challenged the Obama administration’s top foreign policy goal Tuesday, saying negotiations with Iran were headed for “a very bad deal; we’re better off without it.” As Republican members of Congress applauded loudly, and many Democrats glared, Netanyahu laid out his case for opposing the administration’s course. The proposed deal has two major flaws, he said. One is that it would leave Iran’s nuclear infrastructure largely intact. The other, on which he put the greatest emphasis, is a sunset provision that would allow Iran to gradually escape...

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