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Topic - Tony Blinken
President Obama's deputy national security adviser on Monday defended the new interim deal to curb Iran's nuclear program, saying that the United States will "continue to confront" the Islamic Republic and that pressure on the country is "not going away."
The White House said Monday it will "take a hard look" at Russia's proposal to place Syria's chemical weapons under international control, but questioned whether Syria would comply.
In the U.S., Tony Blinken, President Barack Obama's deputy national security adviser, said on CNN: "There is no prevailing theory."
We hope it'll pass the loan guarantee and IMF quota reform," he told CNN's "State of the Union" program.