Time for Republican Realism

Time for Republican Realism  Time for Republican Realism

US presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina said Monday it is time to be realistic about the pending deal with Iran over its nuclear program, stressing that current parameters are likely to be put into place and there is nothing to be done until President Barack Obama leaves office, the Time magazine reported.  “I earnestly hope that Congress will vote down this deal,” she said. “But we should be realistic. The rest of the world has moved on.”

The Republican former tech executive told voters at the Iowa State Fair that she would go to work negotiating a new deal if she were elected president. Fiorina asserted that the United States could put pressure on Iran to return to the negotiating table by limiting its ability to move money internationally, as well as lobbying other world leaders to join Washington in pressuring Tehran.