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While Moscow continues to invade Ukraine, the Biden administration is rushing to finalize a Russia-brokered revamped nuclear agreement with Iran in the coming days without any input from Congress.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Texas), the lead Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told the Washington Free Beacon:
“Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine is reprehensible, but we can’t lose sight of the next national security crisis as it forms before our eyes: The Biden administration is reportedly rushing to finalize a deal with Iran, brokered by Russia, that it does not want Congress to review, in violation of U.S. law.”
“Congressional review of any Iran nuclear deal was enacted with broad bipartisan support to ensure legislative oversight of any dealings regarding the nuclear program of the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. If the administration circumvents Congress, that is a blinking red light for the American people that this is a bad deal.”