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Both sides of the political aisle expressed strong skepticism over the deal announced in Geneva early
Sunday that dropped many sanctions against Iran in exchange for concessions in its nuclear program.
Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Eliot Engel both of New York joined numerous Republicans in criticizing the deal on Sunday.
Engel expressed doubt on Sunday the plan will succeed without continued sanctions.
“I don’t think you make them bargain in good faith by going squishy,” Engel, the ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Relations Committee told CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“I think we could have played good cop, bad cop, and Congress really believes sanctions should happen,” Engel said. “That’s what brought Iran to the table in the first place.”
Schumer said in a statement that he was disappointed in the interim deal reached in Geneva regarding Iran’s nuclear program, saying “it does not seem proportional” because “Iran simply freezes its nuclear capabilities while we reduce the sanctions.”