Reuters Quotes FPI's Tzvi Kahn on Hillary Clinton's Support for the Iran Nuclear Deal

In "Iran deal holds both promise and peril for Hillary Clinton," Reuters reports:

For the United States, the nuclear deal struck with Iran holds both promise and peril. The same can be said for Hillary Clinton, the U.S. Democratic frontrunner in the 2016 presidential race.
 
Clinton embraced the deal on Tuesday in remarks on Capitol Hill. She had little choice. By her own admission, she was a driver of the talks that resulted in the historic accord, telling reporters she was “part of building the coalition that brought us to this point” while praising the agreement as “an important step that puts the lid on Iran’s nuclear programs.”
 
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“She certainly will own it," said Tzvi Kahn, a senior analyst at the Foreign Policy Initiative in Washington, a conservative think tank. "If the deal unravels, if the deal ultimately enables Iran to get the bomb in the long term, I think she will be perceived as sharing some of the responsibility for it."
 

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