U.S. officials brushed aside the latest delay in negotiations to curb Iran’s nuclear program, which sets another clock ticking for the Obama administration.
The failure of Iran and world powers to seal a deal in Vienna on Thursday means Congress will get 60 days rather than 30 to review -- and potentially reject -- any agreement sent to lawmakers before Sept. 8. It also gives President Barack Obama’s domestic opponents more time to try to upend the negotiations.
Administration officials said taking more time won’t make a difference.
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