There is some speculation that the Obama Administration and Iran are nearing a nuclear agreement.
If an agreement is indeed close at hand then I wonder if it will be completed prior to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before Congress which is to take place one week from today in an effort to undercut Bibi.
Yet presumably any such agreement would need to be ratified by the Senate. That is, unless, Obama sees fit work around Senate approval and one cannot put such a thing past him. But if Obama does seek congressional approval then it gives Bibi an opportunity not only to make the case against Iran’s nuclear ambitions and intentions, but to also make the case against any deal reached between Iran and the Obama Administration. In which case, Netanyahu’s speech could be that much more compelling and convincing.
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