Obama Dismisses Iran Deal Critics: ‘Parade of Horribles ... Have Not Come True’

‘There may be ideological opposition to doing any business with Iran’

Obama Dismisses Iran Deal Critics: "Parade Of Horribles Presented By Opposition Have Not Come True" (RealClearPolitics)

NPR's Steve Inskeep interviews the president about all aspects of the Iranian nuclear deal.

Of particular interest is the president's attitude to move forward with the deal even after a majority of Congress votes against the deal. "It seems likely a majority of Congress will vote against it," they agree.

In a few years says the president, "people will recognize... whatever parade of horribles was presented in opposition to the deal have not come true. "

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