Leading Democratic senators are among those who are wary that the Biden administration’s attempts to revive the Iran nuclear deal will result in a weaker agreement, The Hill reported on Monday.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Menendez, D-N.J., said that if Tehran is merely asked to delay the development of its nuclear weapons program, it likely won’t be good enough for him to support the deal.
The New Jersey Democrat is among many who say they have been mostly kept in the dark about the details, saying that “there’s been a little bit of insight as to how things are going, but there’s no bigger picture insight. I don’t know what the deal is.”
Menendez sad that without information about what is happening in the negotiations, “it’s hard to judge.”
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