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Washington's Patience Runs Thin as Iran Nuclear Talks Overrun

Michael Doran

The Republicans, who were against the nuclear talks since the beginning, are accusing Obama of giving away too many negotiating assets according to Mike Doran of the Hudson Institute.

“The Obama administration could have negotiated a lot better. They had, especially at the beginning, they had a lot of cards to play, and they handed over leverage to the Iranians from the very beginning, trading temporary and reversible concessions by the Iranians for very significant and irreversible concessions by the Americans.”

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