Senate Foreign Relations head sees "rigorous review" of Iran deal

The Republican chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who will play a central role in determining the congressional response to the Iran nuclear deal, said on Tuesday he begins "from a place of deep skepticism" as he considers the agreement.
Senator Bob Corker had tough words for Iran in a statement, saying it continues as the world's "lead sponsor of terrorism" and that relieving sanctions would leave it "flush with cash" and increase threats to the United States and its allies.
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