Cabinet Should Back Trump On Iran

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Cabinet Should Back Trump On Iran
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Cotton's remarks neatly capture the longstanding rift within the administration over the fate of the Iran deal, with Trump and some national security council advisers on one side and the Pentagon and Foggy Bottom on the other. Though he has reluctantly certified Iran's compliance on two previous occasions, Trump appears ready to make good on his threat to ask Congress modify or terminate an agreement he considers to be fatally flawed. (RELATED: Trump's About To Put The Fate Of The Iran Deal In Congress's Hands)

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