"We'll have a resolution of disapproval. It will pass. It'll be vetoed. The veto is likely to be sustained. I think it will be sustained," he said. "So we reach the same position, which is Congress declares that it doesn't like the agreement, doesn't approve the agreement. We simply do so in the weakest and most pitiful way — the final vote being a victory for those who support the agreement when we don't get two-thirds to override."
"I fear that you have misled this committee in telling us that, once Iran has the rights of a non-nuclear state ... that you'll be able to stop sneak-out, because you've said first that, well, they can't develop a nuclear weapon because that would be illegal," Mr. Sherman said. "That's a preposterous argument."