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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Senate to push back on Obama's surrender to Iran

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration’s Iran deal came under pressure on three fronts in Congress today: from the Democratic author of the sanctions bill who vowed to “not yield” under the White House’s veto threats, from Senate Republicans leaning on Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to bring that bill to the floor, and from one lawmaker asking President Obama if he planned to get Congress’ approval to undo existing sanctions law.

Also US Treasury Department finds Iran is working with al Qaeda, but Obama is still rejecting sanctions against the world's premier state-sponsor of terrorism.

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