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August 16, 2015 11:04 am

Experts Say Obama Can Enforce Iran Nuclear Deal Even After Congress Rejection

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President Obama defends the nuclear deal with Iran. Photo: Screenshot.

President Obama can still push through the nuclear deal with Iran even if Congress rejects the agreement, experts say. Photo: Screenshot.

The September vote on the Iran nuclear deal is billed as a titanic standoff between President Barack Obama and Congress. Yet even if lawmakers reject the agreement, it’s not game-over for the White House.

A congressional vote of disapproval would not prevent Obama from acting on his own to start putting the accord in place. While he probably would take some heavy criticism, this course would let him add the foreign policy breakthrough to his second-term list of accomplishments.

Read full story at the Associated Press.

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  • Scott

    IF the Congress over rides his veto (which is highly unlikely and unfortunate that they won’t). Obama’s then attempt to enforce the deal would likely cause an attempt at impeaching him which would fail.
    He is the most devise and foolish “leader” of the Free World since it’s inception.