“This is an agreement with a nation that has not honored its non-proliferation commitments in the past,” Maloney said in the statement.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said late Thursday that he plans to vote against the Iran deal.
Schumer, the third highest ranking Democrat in the Senate, said Monday he is pouring over the deal before making a decision on how he’ll vote.
Polls show voter consensus is shifting to the negative, and that’s taking the Obama administration by surprise, Lieberman said.
Sen. Charles Schumer said he’s feeling the pressure as he dissects the Iran nuclear deal, but is not disclosing how he plans to vote.
In Washington, Secretary of State John Kerry led back-to-back, closed-door briefings, trying to sway lawmakers to approve the deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program.
David Levinson, whose father, Bob, is among those Americans believed to be held, sees the easing of tensions with Iran as an opportunity.
New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie accused President Barack Obama of telling “lies” about the Iran nuclear deal.
To the president, the accord with Iran to limit its nuclear program was “a historic day” for the U.S., world powers and Iran.
President Barack Obama said a landmark nuclear deal with Iran “is not built on trust, it is built on verification.”
Reports conflicted Monday night on a nuclear deal with Iran.
President Barack Obama heralded a framework nuclear understanding with Iran as a “historic” agreement and warned Congress Thursday against taking action that could upend work toward a final deal.
It was a stunning about face from Israel’s prime minister intended to repair relations with the United States. Only it didn’t work.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked the United States and President Barack Obama for aiding Israel, but warned of the threat that Iran poses to Israel’s survival.
There has been heated disagreement among some New York congressmen over whether to boycott Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial address in Washington next month.