Corker Says Better to Quit Iran Talks Than to Ease U.S. DemandsTerry Atlas
A key lawmaker put President Barack Obama on notice Monday that he shouldn’t ease U.S. demands on two crucial provisions in order to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.
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