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Netanyahu warns against Iran nuclear deal but offers no 'viable' options
Netanyahu warns against Iran nuclear deal but offers no 'viable' options

The scene was as unprecedented as the topic was grave. A foreign leader, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, stood at the rostrum of the House of Representatives, addressing a joint meeting of Congress, directly challenging the president’s top foreign policy goal as unwise and dangerous. “This is a bad deal. It’s a very bad deal. We’re better off without it,” Netanyahu declared Tuesday, denouncing President Obama’s negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program. As Republican members of Congress loudly applauded and many Democrats glared in anger, Netanyahu laid out the case for opposition to the still-developing deal, which the United States...

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