JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu furiously denounced a deal to limit Iran’s nuclear program before the ink had dried on Tuesday as a “historic mistake for the world,” accusing the United States and five other global powers of making “far-reaching concessions” in order to achieve an agreement “at any price.”
Speaking before a formal announcement of the deal, Mr. Netanyahu said that initial reports indicated that the concessions were made “in all areas that were supposed to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons capability.”
“In addition,” he said, referring to the expected lifting of sanctions, “Iran will receive hundreds of billions of dollars with which it can fuel its terror machine and its expansion and aggression throughout the Middle East and across the globe.”
BREAKING: Obama says he will veto any legislation that blocks Iran deal.
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