- - Monday, March 9, 2015

Frustrated with the determination of President Obama to strike a dangerously weak nuclear agreement with Iran without congressional approval, 47 Republican senators have signed an open letter to Iranian leaders warning them that any nuclear deal will be “nothing more than an executive agreement” and could be easily revoked by the next president in January 2017. The letter also says a final nuclear agreement will not be binding on the United States and could be modified by Congress at any time.

The letter was organized by Sen. Tom Cotton, Arizona Republican, and signed by top Senate leadership and potential presidential candidates Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul. These senators are to be congratulated for taking this bold step to stop the deeply flawed nuclear agreement being negotiated with Iran by the Obama administration.

Fred Fleitz is a senior fellow with the Center for Security Policy.

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