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Obama’s Unilateral Actions Could Doom Iran Deal

President Obama's plan to use executive actions and national security waivers to suspend sanctions on Iran are becoming the next battleground in his quest for a nuclear deal — and the virtually unprecedented move could end up sinking the deal.

“It's one of the few arms control agreements in history where Congress has not played a meaningful role,” Mark Dubowitz, executive director of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies told the Washington Examiner.

Top Democratic critics of the Obama administration's handling of the talks with Tehran say the regime of the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is very concerned that the next U.S. president could overturn or significantly alter any agreement not ratified by Congress.

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