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Clinton Can't Walk Away From Bad Iran Deal That A Majority of Americans Oppose

- August 6, 2015

On The Campaign Trail, Clinton Has Touted Her Work In Being “Part Of The Coalition That Brought Us To The Point Of This Agreement.” HILLARY CLINTON:  “Having been part of the coalition that brought us to the point of this agreement, I think we will have to immediately upon completion of this agreement and its rigorous enforcement, look to see how we build a coalition to try to prevent and undermine Iran’s bad behaviors in other arenas.” (Hillary Clinton, Remarks On U.S. Iran Nuclear Deal, 7/14/15)

On The “Controversial Nuclear Deal,” “Clinton Is Stuck With The Results And Their Political Complications.” “The outcome, though, is a controversial deal that is staunchly opposed by Republicans, the Israeli political establishment and their supporters in the United States. A Pew Research poll last week showed 48% of Americans opposing the deal, compared with just 38% in favor. Even some Democrats are questioning the merits of the deal sought so aggressively by their party’s president. Clinton is stuck with the results and their political complications.” (Jeremy Diamond, “Hillary Clinton Can’t Escape Iran Deal In Presidential Run,” CNN, 7/28/15)

  • Former State Department Official Aaron David Miller: “She Can’t Walk Away From This Even If She Wants To.” “‘She can’t walk away from this even if she wants to,’ said Aaron David Miller, a former State Department official who served under Democratic and Republican administrations.” (Jeremy Diamond, “Hillary Clinton Can’t Escape Iran Deal In Presidential Run,” CNN, 7/28/15)

57 Percent Of Voters Oppose The Nuclear Deal With Iran, While Just 28 Percent Support It. (Quinnipiac Poll, 1,644 RV, MoE 2.4%, 7/23-28/15)

  • 55 Percent Of Independent Voters Oppose The Nuclear Deal With Iran, While Just 29 Percent Support It. (Quinnipiac Poll, 1,644 RV, MoE 2.4%, 7/23-28/15)

58 Percent Of Voters Think The Nuclear Deal With Iran Makes The World Less Safe, While Just 30 Percent Think It Makes It Safer. (Quinnipiac Poll, 1,644 RV, MoE 2.4%, 7/23-28/15)

  • 58 Percent Of Independent Voters Think The Nuclear Deal With Iran Makes The World Less Safe, While Just 30 Percent Think It Makes It Safer. (Quinnipiac Poll, 1,644 RV, MoE 2.4%, 7/23-28/15)

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