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July 28, 2015 3:55 pm

DNC Chairwoman Wasserman Schultz Evades Question on Iran Nuclear Deal

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DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz speaking to College Democrats. Photo: wiki commons.

DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz speaking to College Democrats. Photo: wiki commons.

Weekly Standard – Asked directly by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer whether she would vote to support President Obama’s Iran deal, Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz demurred, saying:

“I am in the middle of really reviewing it and looking at all of the moving parts to the Iran deal. I’ve had many administration briefings, I’ve talked to experts on both sides of the deal, and I’m gonna go home and speak to my constituents who have been weighing in, and I’ll reach a conclusion on what I’m gonna do with my vote once I really feel like I’ve been able to thoroughly review the whole deal.”

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  • E Pluribus Wombat

    Another one who should be barred from entry to Israel for life.

  • zadimel

    Stop being a consummate politician and side with the nation of Israel and Jews everywhere in their desire to live in peace and security. Incessant calls by Iranian leadership for the annihilation of the Jewish State,Jewish civilization and Jews must end. If there can be no peace from Iran, then the price for survival is war. And it is the destruction of Iran’s government,its nuclear production and R&D, and military.

  • David S

    Since when is saying that she’s still reviewing the deal, evading the question? She didn’t change the subject, or pretend that she didn’t hear the question, like a certain Republican president (Reagan) used to do. Do you really want a a knee jerk response to a very serious document, or do you want our representatives to do their jobs and actually study it and come to a thoughtful conclusion? Stop trying to create controversy where there is none, especially when it is a subject that is so emotional, already, to the Jewish community.

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