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Netanyahu's Interference in Iran Deal Debate Is Unprecedented, Obama Says

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President Obama said he does not remember a time when a foreign leader interfered in a U.S. foreign policy debate the way Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has over the Iran nuclear deal. “On the substance, the prime minister is wrong on this,” Obama told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria in an interview conducted Thursday but aired Sunday. “I think that I can show that the basic assumptions that he’s made are incorrect. Obama said of the current fight in Congress over the deal that “I don’t intend to lose on this.” He also asserted that a successful deal could open discussions on other issues with Iran.
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