Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Chris Coons of Delaware and Mark Warner of Virginia. “But many countries are ‘chafing” under the present global financial arrangements, referring to the discomfort faced by many U.S. allies with regard to sanctions on Iran.
The social media attack argued that the U.S. “abandoned Israel” last month by entering a nuclear agreement with Iran. “And that’s why it would be so damaging to the standing of the United States for the United States Congress to act unilaterally to kill this deal”, he said.
The briefings by Ambassador Dan Shapiro were also “incredibly similar” to prior years, we were told, although there was discussion this time about the nukes deal and how the civil war in Syria was affecting the situation in the Middle East.
As political ads go, experts agree, the commercial is pretty tame.
A disapproval of the resolution seems to be on track to gather the 60 votes required to overcome any Democratic filibuster. And it doesn’t name names. Lawmakers would then have to find enough votes to override the president. Tester was considered one of approximately a dozen Senate Democrats that opponents of the deal had hoped to convince to buck President Obama and vote against the agreement.
“They would kidnap little kids from neighboring villages, and put bullets in their heads. It doesn’t make sense”.
“The alternative is not war”, Schumer said. Obama has said he will veto that decision, but needs the support of his fellow Democrats to sustain the veto. “But I have not heard from anyone on my side of the aisle that says they’re voting for it”. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., may also oppose the agreement.
Washington may lose the support of the EU in Ukraine, should the States refuses to implement the nuclear deal with Iran. In exchange, Iran has agreed to a decade of tough restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program and a far more intrusive inspections regime. “I think this was rhetoric and an exaggeration, but it shows the high stakes politics involved”.
Now that the pact has been finalized, Kerry said such a heavy-handed approach was an option no longer. Robert Bartlett, whose facial scars are evident.
Menendez is expected to announce he is against the deal. The discourse has taken a nasty turn on several fronts – Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei vows “to defy American policies in the region”, Iranian hard-liners chant “death to America” in Tehran and President Barack Obama compares those same hard-liners to U.S. Republicans who oppose the deal.
It’s headed by former Sen. It’s certainly not one that I would ever support. I’m meeting with a group from J-Street. Yeah, but, but, but, but Steve, that is not accurate because the notion that somehow Iran is untethered ignores the fact that, for example, we’ll still have our sanctions in place with respect to non-nuclear activities like sponsorship of terrorism or violation of human rights.