WASHINGTON – Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1), member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, co-chair of the House Republican Israel Caucus and a United States Army veteran, joined his Republican colleagues on the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday in opposing the Biden Administration’s efforts to enter into a new nuclear agreement with Iran that is even worse than the original agreement from 2015.
“By not adjusting the sunset provision dates, not doing anything to strengthen the flaws with the verification regime and still not dealing with any of Iran’s nonnuclear bad activities, the levers that bring the Iranians to the table in the first place are being poorly negotiated away,” said Congressman Zeldin. “It is critically important that the Biden Administration reverses course, stands strong and firm, and refuses to enter into an Iran nuclear deal that is even worse than the agreement from 2015. A bad deal is far more dangerous than no deal at all.”
Congressman Zeldin’s full remarks can be viewed here.