Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress on Tuesday has had no effect on the ongoing negotiations over the Iranian nuclear agreement in Geneva, at least according to Iranian Foreign Minster Javad Zarif.
But that doesn’t mean the Obama administration isn’t concerned about the address’s potential consequences. And so it gave a vigorous and direct rebuttal.
On the night of the speech, Ben Rhodes, the US deputy national security adviser who once likened a nuclear deal with Iran to Obamacare in its importance as a political objective, was interviewed on the “Charlie Rose” show by the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg.
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