President Barack Obama hailed a deal reached with Iran that aims to prevent the country from producing nuclear weapons. Obama said the deal, reached early Tuesday morning, cuts off every pathway for the country to obtain a nuclear weapon. He said Iran would get sanctions relief as part of the deal but that those sanctions would return if Iran violates its terms. Congress will now review the deal. Obama said he would veto any legislation that would scuttle the agreement.
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