John McCain singing “Bomb, Bomb, Bomb Iran”
A bipartisan group of US senators today pushed legislation to declare it “unacceptable” for Iran to obtain nuclear capability.
ABC News’ Sunlen Miller and Daniel Steinberger report:
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Responding to the renewed threat of a nuclear Iran, a bipartisan group of senators today introduced a resolution that declares it “unacceptable” for Iran to obtain nuclear capability.
“This Congress needs to speak,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said at a press conference today. “This resolution, we hope, will get almost unanimous support from Republicans and Democrats.”
So far, 32 Senators have signed the resolution and the senators hope to add more support soon.
The resolution is not an authorization for the use of military force but emphasizes the need to keep all options on the table.