U.S. Senator In Israel: We Heard ‘Chilling Information’ On Iran’s Nuclear Plans

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Illustrative. Then-Prime Minister Netanyahu hosts US Senator Lindsey Graham at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem, May 31, 2021. (Photo: GPO)

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A bipartisan delegation of US lawmakers currently in Israel, including U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and US Senate Foreign Relations Committee Robert Menendez (D-NJ), met with Israeli officials on Monday.

Speaking at a press conference in Jerusalem after the meeting, Graham, who is a fervent opponent of a US deal with Iran, said that the delegation heard “pretty chilling information” information about the Islamic Republic’s plans if it gains nuclear power.

Menendez, who is also opposed to a nuclear deal with Iran, claimed at the press conference that the Biden administration has committed to submitting a potential deal with Iran to Congress to review.

Menendez said that his committee will also hold a vote on an Iran deal but he is uncertain if a vote result “would meet the threshold under the law to nullify the agreement.”

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)

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