January 26, 2014

Harry Reid Earns an Assist on Iran

Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times

The Associated Press

The most important person in the U.S.-Iran nuclear negotiations right now may be Harry Reid, the Senate Democratic leader from Searchlight, Nev. Two weeks ago, President Obama's nuclear diplomacy was in trouble, but not because of anything Iran was doing. The problems were domestic.

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