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July 21, 2015 9:20 am

Lawmakers From Both Parties Criticize White House for Taking Iran Nuclear Deal to UN

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UN Security Council in New York. Photo: wiki commons.

The UN Security Council voted to endorse the Iran nuclear deal. Photo: wiki commons.

The Obama administration was forced to play defense on Monday after lawmakers in both parties criticized its decision to let the United Nations — not Congress — have the first say on the Iran nuclear deal.

Republicans pounced on the decision following the U.N. Security Council’s 15-0 vote, arguing the White House was giving short shrift to congressional assent in a rush to build international support for the agreement.

Read full story at The Hill.

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