September 2, 2015
Robin Wright (for The New Yorker)
President Obama today won the riskiest gamble of his presidency. He now has enough support in the Senate to ensure that the Hill cannot kill the White House deal with Iran. Some will still try. Cheney has joined the noisy opposition and will give a big speech next week. Trump, Cruz and Glenn Beck have scheduled a "Stop the Deal" rally on Capitol Hill next week. The debate still to come - as Congress goes through the motions - will be (memorably) nasty. But Obama has now basically ensured that the Iran deal will be the centerpiece of his foreign policy legacy.
President Obama scores a foreign-policy win by securing votes for his nuclear deal with Iran: http://t.co/rFEIO065rB— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) September 3, 2015
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