Hillary Clinton blasts Senate Republicans over Iran nuclear letter

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March 11, 2015 01:01

 
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday excoriated Republican senators for their letter warning Iran against a nuclear deal with President Barack Obama, saying they either were trying to help Tehran or harm the US commander-in-chief.

Monday's open letter to Iran's leaders, signed by 47 Republican senators, sparked a political firestorm.

Vice President Joe Biden also sharply criticized the lawmakers while three potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, former Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, threw their support behind the letter.

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