Dennis McDonough explains

Our attention should remain riveted on President Obama’s deal in process with Iran. It will put Iran on a path to the development of nuclear weapons to be mounted on Iran’s intercontinental ballistic missiles. It will undo the sanctions regime intended to prevent this outcome. And in the meantime it will contribute financing to Iran’s exploits as the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism, not to mention the regime’s genocidal mania. It is an agreement, as a famous man once said, “the consequences of which will travel far with us along our road.”

Yesterday night White House chief of staff Dennis McDonough delivered a letter to Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker. The Huffington Post reports on the letter here and has posted a PDF of the letter here. It’s a three-page letter full of the familiar White House talking points. The letter asks that Congress butt out until the fait is accompli and, as a practical matter, cannot be undone.

Via Daniel Halper/Weekly Standard.

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