Daines, Zinke Stand With Montanans In Opposition to President Obama’s Iran Deal
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Steve Daines and Representative Ryan Zinke today stood with Montanans in opposition to President Obama’s bad deal with Iran.
A recent poll showed that 60 percent of Montanans are opposed to President Obama’s deal with Iran.
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“Ryan Zinke and I stand opposed to President Obama’s Iran deal,” Daines stated. “This deal provides billions of dollars to the world’s leading state sponsor of terror. This deal paves the way for a nuclear Iran – that’s why Ryan and I are opposed this deal. Montanans deserve a better deal.”
“We were sent to Washington to make sure we had the truth, and the truth is this is a bad deal,” Zinke stated. “Under no circumstances should Iran be allowed to have a nuclear weapon, and yet this deal paves a way for Iran to have a nuclear weapon – in 13 years as many as 100 nuclear tipped ICBMs. How is that a good deal? This deal is bad for Montana, this deal is bad for our country and this administration needs to be held accountable.”