Rep. Jan Schakowsky hugs a Code Pink activist at an event delivering a petition of over 400,000 signatures in support of the Iran deal to Capitol Hill, in Washington.
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America's top military leader said Wednesday that the recently signed nuclear deal works to keep Iran from having an atomic weapon, but does not address other concerns about Tehran's malign activities in the region.Obama, his Cabinet and other allies are making the case that the deal, which calls on Iran to curb its nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in sanctions relief, is the best possible way to prevent it from developing a nuclear weapon.Kerry, the lead negotiator of the deal, tried to allay the concerns of Republican senators who complain that they are being asked to vote on the Iran nuclear deal without being privy to verification documents being separately negotiated by international nuclear inspectors.The Iran nuclear deal has supercharged congressional lobbying, with President Barack Obama securing the support of a prominent Jewish Democrat and pro-Israel groups pressuring lawmakers in an all-out, big-money drive.
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