Republicans condemn nuclear deal with Iran


Washington: The Republican Presidential candidates of the United States of America have condemned President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

Senetor Marco Rubio has suggested that he will re-introduce sanctions if elected to the White House next year.

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The agreement which has been reached reached between Iran and six major world powers will now be debated in the U.S. Congress. President Obama has said on Tuesday that he would  use his veto power if anyone wants to block  it.

Rubio who represents Florida said, “It will then be left to the next president to return us to a position of American strength and re-impose sanctions on this despicable regime until it is truly willing to abandon its nuclear ambitions and is no longer a threat to international security.”

 He is also a member of Senate Foreign Relations committee and has urged the republican led congress to reject the deal.