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August 11, 2015 9:38 am

Obama Says ‘Attitudes Will Change’ About Iran Nuclear Deal Over Time

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U.S. President Obama told the NPR that critics of Iran deal are either "ideological" or "illogical." Photo: Twitter.

U.S. President Obama told NPR that critics of the Iran deal are either “ideological” or “illogical.” Photo: Twitter.

President Barack Obama said his agreement over Iran’s nuclear program — while facing fierce criticism in Congress and among the American public now — will look better in years to come.

In an interview with NPR, Obama’s tone was restrained, but his words were not. He expressed no patience for opponents of the deal, saying their arguments are “illogical or based on the wrong facts, and then you ask them, ‘All right, what’s your alternative?’ and there’s a deafening silence.”

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