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White House: Rejecting Nuclear Deal Would Let Iran off 'Scot-Free'

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Friday, 17 Jul 2015 01:16 PM

The White House said on Friday that if the U.S. Congress rejects the Iran nuclear agreement, then Iran will not face any consequences for its actions.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said not backing the deal would amount to Iran getting off "scot-free."

He also said the administration is confident that it has strong support among U.S. Democrats in the House of Representatives.

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The White House said on Friday that if the U.S. Congress rejects the Iran nuclear agreement, then Iran will not face any consequences for its actions.
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