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April 27, 2015 9:45 am

George W. Bush Argues Against Lifting of Iranian Sanctions

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Former President George W. Bush argued against the lifting of Iran's sanctions at the Republican Jewish Coalition spring meeting.

New York Times – Former President George W. Bush said the United States must show that it can follow through on its promises, and argued against the lifting of sanctions against Iran during rare remarks about foreign policy in a meeting with hundreds of Jewish donors here Saturday night.

Mr. Bush told the 700 donors attending a closed-door Republican Jewish Coalition spring meeting that he would not criticize President Obama, whose aim to degrade and ultimately destroy the Islamic State he applauded. But the former president nevertheless offered comments that many in the audience viewed as a tacit critique of his successor.

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