“Jeb Bush’s attack on Hillary Clinton could backfire”


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Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush speaks at the RedState Gathering Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush speaks at the RedState Gathering Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

CNN BREAKING NEWS . . .


President Barack Obama is standing by his comparison of Iranian hardliners to Republicans who he says are dead set on derailing any nuclear deal.

“What I said is absolutely true, factually,” Obama told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria in an interview that will air in full Sunday.

“The truth of the matter is, inside of Iran, the people most opposed to the deal are the Revolutionary Guard, the Quds Force, hardliners who are implacably opposed to any cooperation with the international community,” Obama said.

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“Chuck Schumer to vote against Iran nuclear deal”


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“Israeli spy set for parole after years as Mideast bargaining chip”


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“Kerry: I never heard “anytime, anywhere” inspections promise in 4 years”


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“The Future of the GOP: Proudly Unstudied Scott Walker Revels in Iran Ignorance”


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But this week, Scott Walker, Colorado Springs, Colorado native come failed Marquette University graduate, would have us swallow his reinvention as a foreign policy expert. After all, he spent a whole two hours this past winter being tutored on international affairs by the leading experts of his party. After the meeting, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa of The Washington Post wrote: In contrast to the compelling and confident way Walker talks about his Wisconsin record, he has been shaky on foreign policy. He has traveled only rarely overseas and showed little interest in world politics in college or as governor. Policy experts and donors who have met with him privately said he lacks depth of knowledge about the international scene and speaks mostly in generalities.

But this week, Scott Walker, Colorado Springs, Colorado native come failed Marquette University graduate, would have us swallow his reinvention as a foreign policy expert. After all, he spent a whole two hours this past winter being tutored on international affairs by the leading experts of his party. After the meeting, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa of The Washington Post wrote:
In contrast to the compelling and confident way Walker talks about his Wisconsin record, he has been shaky on foreign policy. He has traveled only rarely overseas and showed little interest in world politics in college or as governor. Policy experts and donors who have met with him privately said he lacks depth of knowledge about the international scene and speaks mostly in generalities.

“Deal reached on Iran nuclear program, diplomats say”


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A deal has been reached on Iran’s nuclear program, diplomats tell CNN. Iran and the EU are to issue a statement on the deal after a final meeting of negotiators in Vienna, the diplomats say. Watch CNNgo.

“Iran nuclear talks to break June 30 deadline”


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“Vatican to recognize Palestinian state”


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“Water cannons, stun grenades used on protesters in Tel Aviv”


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Richard Lui reports on the clashes between police and demonstrators protesting against what they say is police racism after a video clip emerged showing policemen punching a black soldier.

Richard Lui reports on the clashes between police and demonstrators protesting against what they say is police racism after a video clip emerged showing policemen punching a black soldier.