Since Democrats in the US Senate were able to defeat a Republican measure to reject the nuclear agreement with Iran, President Obama's way seems clear to sign it. In Iran, to date, there is not yet such a clear path. The Iranian Parliament is preparing for what will be a bitter debate, and the man whose opinion counts more than any other, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has not yet issued his final judgment. That said, foreign correspondent and author Reese Ehrlich, recently back from a reporting trip to Iran, told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, there are many reasons to believe the agreement will also get Iran's approval.
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