Skip to content
Loading the player...

Speaker John A. Boehner continued his critique of the Iran nuclear deal Thursday, but would not address whether veto-proof majorities in both chambers could be reached to prevent the White House from implementing the agreement, simply saying, “We’ll see,” when asked if the votes were there. “President Obama says it’s this deal or war. Well, that’s a false choice,” Boehner said. “The sanctions were working and bringing Iran to its knees. We’re going to continue to review this, but we’re going to fight a bad deal that’s wrong for our national security and wrong for our country.” Read more.

Recent Stories

Menendez rejects New Jersey Democrats’ calls to resign after indictment

Photos of the week ending September 22, 2023

Dressing down — Congressional Hits and Misses

Menendez indictment comes with Democrats playing 2024 defense

Sen. Bob Menendez and wife indicted on federal bribery charges

Hill worries mount about delays in arming Ukraine