Leaders of both parties in the US Congress agree, as the British Parliament holds a joint session to consider Iran’s role in terror and human rights abuses.
The admission in an unclassified letter to Congress was protected from dissemination to the American public by State far more robustly than was actually classified information under a certain recent Secretary of State.
His support was critical to getting the deal past the possibility of a veto, but Senator Coons has no faith in the deal he supported.
Over 200 senior military officers, many of whom have worked in the White House under both Democratic and Republican leadership, signed the letter to Congress on Tuesday, denouncing the nuclear accord with Iran.
“Hope is part of human nature, but unfortunately it is not a national security strategy,” Menendez said.