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For the Record': Is the Iran Deal a Case of Executive Overreach?


As more details of the Iran nuclear agreement are released, there is still considerable disagreement about what the deal actually does to restrict the country's nuclear ambitions.

In addition, there is a separate debate about the process: specifically, many congressional leaders believe the Obama administration has bypassed the political process set forth in the U.S. Constitution.

Experts tell For the Record that the deal is clearly a treaty, and therefore should require approval from two-thirds of the Senate in order to be ratified. However, the Obama administration chose a different path that makes it considerably easier to certify the agreement as official.

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