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Thune Has Doubts About Iran Nuke Deal

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Thune Has Doubts About Iran Nuke Deal

Western countries have reached a tentative deal with Iran to slow development of their nuclear capabilities.

Described as an initial, six-month deal, the White House says it includes “substantial limitations that will help prevent Iran from creating a nuclear weapon.”  It is supposed to slow the country’s nuclear development program in exchange for lifting some sanctions while a more formal agreement is worked out.

South Dakota Senator John Thune is not convinced…

 

Thune says there is a lot of concern about the deal on Capitol Hill…

 

Thune says he thinks sanctions should be tightened to get more concessions out of Iran…

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