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Sunday, May 7, 2017

Democrats Sold Out The US For Iranian Nuclear Deal

GOP Sen: Iran Deal Meeting Between 30

 Dems And World Ambassadors

Republican Georgia Sen. David Perdue stepped up on Thursday

 to emphasize that 30 Democratic senators had a meeting with

 the Russian ambassador in 2015 to pitch President Obama’s Iran 

nuclear deal, all while publicly endorsing Democratic presidential candidates.

In an attempt to protect ex – Senator and current Attorney General Jeff Sessions from allegations that 
he lied to Congress regarding his contact with a Russian ambassador throughout the presidential 
campaign, Perdue confronted his colleagues for “slandering” an ex – member of the upper chamber.
He said, “We have literally reached a point where members of this body are slandering former 
colleagues for having and taking the same opportunities afforded to them.”
Perdue continued to say, “This morning my colleague, the senior senator from Missouri 
Claire McCaskill, tweeted that she had never, ever, met with or taken a call from the Russian
 Ambassador. But her own Twitter account proved that she has at least twice in the last four years.”
Sessions worked for the Senate Armed Services Committee along with Perdue and Democratic
 Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill, who started making contradictory statement regarding her 
communication with the Russian ambassador.
“Thirty members, as a matter of fact, of this body met with the Russian Ambassador and
 ambassadors from other nations in 2015 for a sales pitch on President Obama’s deal with Iran. 
Many of them – including the senior senator from Missouri – were open supporters at that
 time of candidates in the presidential race,” he stated.
The Huffington Post informed early on in August 2015 that Senate Democratic staff invited
 three Democrats uncertain on the Iran nuclear deal Democrats together with other members 
of their caucus to meet up with with ambassadors from Russia, England, France, China and 
Germany in the capitol city.
Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin, as outlined by HuffPo, organized the Iran nuclear deal
 briefings for his Democratic colleagues that involved getting acquainted the ambassadors.
The presentations were powerful enough to persuade the three undecided ones to accept it 
and conquer a Republican filibuster of the Iran deal.