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Report: Iran Bill Giving Congress Oversight of Nuclear Deal Can Withstand Presidential Veto

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U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-TN), who heads the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, says he is "confident" in a strong vote on the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act. Photo: U.S. Senate.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said Monday he’s confident his bill to restrict President Barack Obama’s ability to reach a nuclear agreement with Iran can survive a threatened presidential veto.

“Look, I don’t ever want to overcommit and under-deliver,” Corker told reporters Monday evening. “We are moving in a very positive direction, and we’ve worked through some issues that I think have given me a lot of hope. … I think that this weekend has been very productive.”

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