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Walid Phares 13h
Replying to @newtgingrich
And for publishing sheer smear hit pieces against experts, including yours, for the benefit of the
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Elizabeth Warren Feb 23
Our intelligence community told us again and again: The was working to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. If Iran continues to abide by the terms of the deal, you bet I will support returning to it.
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Joel B. Pollak Feb 27
The media will portray “no deal” in Hanoi as a failure, but “no deal” is better than a bad deal. did not understand that, which is why the was so bad. held his ground like Reagan in Reykjavik, and the result will be better.
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Trita Parsi Mar 11
This is a HUGE deal! More than 50 retired US generals and diplomats urge for the US to return to the without preconditions or renegotiations!
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🇺🇸AnthemRespect🇺🇸 Mar 1
Listen to this Saudi Minister from last year - He drops the hammer on how disastrous the was. This is a lesson in terrible deal making. This is precisely why we support President Trump - Only good deals for the USA, or walk away. Thank You POTUS
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Nick Feb 18
Why would people vote for someone that utterly failed us. . . . . . . . These are a only a few failure. Also, . And delivering $150 Billion to Iran over night. was corrupt
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🇺🇸California Condor🇺🇸 Mar 8
“When came about and we said , they said NO & called us racists! They can’t even call out hate against the Jewish people! What if someone said: Who supports is bought by Muslim money..?”
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Kelsey Davenport Mar 4
Unsurprisingly, IAEA Director General Amano tells the agency’s Board of Governors that “Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments” under the JCPOA.
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MoveOn Mar 21
Thank you for your decision to . From attempting to block the to giving platforms to Islamophobes & not condemning anti-Semitism, it’s a moment of accountability.
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Foreign Policy for America Feb 20
Read this statement from over 50 organizations, representing millions of Americans, urging America's lawmakers to reenter the . It was a mistake to leave the deal, now it's time to rejoin our allies and come back into compliance 👇
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Charlet Faye 9h
BAGHOUZ, -- The has crumbled, () The final offensive is over. The last stronghold, liberated. aka: effort on has come tumbling down.
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Rokhsareh Vahid, MA, JD, LLM Mar 23
Oh, please! Who cares about international law & multilateral agreements?!
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magdillon❌ 22h
Replying to @ChuckGrassley
We're not "moving on," and why would ANYONE in DC not want to get to the bottom of , , , , , and more...unless involved?
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J Street Feb 22
. recently stated that she supports the US reentering the . The rest of the 2020 candidates *must* do the same. ADD YOUR NAME to tell these presidential hopefuls to support diplomacy and publicly back the US reentering the deal:
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Shai Franklin 12h
He’s right, because it already happened on Netanyahu’s watch — and hijacking the helped make it so.
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💎Dr. Brodsky💎 Feb 24
One of the most important things that did was to cancel the horrible ! By supporting the you are basically saying that you support further oppression of the Iranian people and you support terrorism! Just like horrible shame!!
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Walid Phares Mar 11
Politicians who worry about decision to withdraw from , and at the same time supported the make no sense. For the latter deal$ was the greatest engine that increased Iran power in Syria and blocked the US from going into Syria in the first place.
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Beyond the Bomb 9h
The is working. Thank you for raising the point of how important it is for the U.S. to get back into the agreement.
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Trita Parsi Mar 3
My latest for CNN: Zarif was strengthened by the rejection of his resignation. This was not the first time a leading Iranian figure had used a public resignation to strengthen his position. But In this case, Zarif's move also won the more time
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Cyrus S Mar 22
Replying to @OliviaEnos @mdubowitz
And nothing compare to Obama's that lifted decades worth of sanctions, gave the destabilizing still hostile regime access to $150 billions and ended its isolation in opposition to the Congress in exchange for a worthless deal to cut back a fraction of the nuke program
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