Fourth US Democratic senator opposes nuclear deal with Iran

By REUTERS,
September 8, 2015 16:59

 
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WASHINGTON - US Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia said on Tuesday he would vote against the nuclear deal with Iran, even though US President Barack Obama already has enough Senate support to protect the agreement.

"I believe that to be a super power, you must possess super diplomatic skills, and I believe that we can use these skills to negotiate a better deal," Manchin said in a statement.

Manchin is the 58th senator to have come out against the Iran deal.

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