Revelations of hidden side deals on crucial aspects of the nuclear agreement with Iran are keeping opponents’ hopes up through the August congressional recess, although it’s becoming more clear that lawmakers won’t be able to block its implementation.
Overwhelming Republican support is likely to propel a resolution of disapproval to adoption by both chambers when Congress votes on the deal in September. But President Obama has promised to veto it, and Republicans are falling short of the Democratic support they need to override him.
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