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Iran-US Relations / Nuclear Deal / A Discussion #1086569

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) The landmark agreement with Iran about its nuclear program introduced. [President OBAMA - says Iran has to prove its nuclear program is peaceful.]

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The concessions to Iran in the deal that has a 15-year time line discussed,

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of Israel & Saudi Arabia to the Iran deal noted.

(White House: Jim Acosta) The US sales pitch to allies, the opposition in Congress & what Obama had said earlier examined. [OBAMA - says we will be available to verify; promises to veto opposition to the deal; says there will be access for inspections.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - calls it unacceptable.] [Senators Lindsey GRAHAM, Bob MENENDEZ, Representative Ed ROYCE - comment on the deal.] The question of whether there are votes to override a presidential veto & the criticism from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed.

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Woodrow Wilson analyst Aaron David Miller about Iran. [MILLER@- analyzes the Iran deal: it is an arms control agreement, not a disarmament deal while Iran will get sanctions relief; notes how everything is going wrong in the Middle East & Iran is taking advantage.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:13:10

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