The 2016 hopeful slammed Obama's moves on Iran and Cuba, calling it "capitulation Monday."
Today's meeting between Obama and Muhammadu Buhari is an opportunity for a reset.
Nine airstrikes were carried out in Syria while 16 were conducted in Iraq.
"Iran is a terror-sponsoring, anti-American, outlaw regime,” Sen. Tom Cotton said.
“It’s so much better than the alternative,” David Cameron added.
“I think it was an absolute mistake," Sen. John Barrasso said.
"It will accelerate the nuclear arms race,” he said.
“If Congress doesn’t pass this, we have no sanctions,” he said.
Republicans say the Obama administration is about to leapfrog Congress.
Rejecting the pact "would be devastating to our standing in the world," Josh Earnest said.
Rubio said the administration should "use every tool" to gain their release.
The official said the biggest national security threats are from places where "rights are being...
The council's 15 members were unanimous.
Cuba's flag is set to fly outside of its embassy in Washington for the first time since 1961.
“We’re reaching an agreement with a homicidal maniac," the former New York mayor said.
The senator said the deal was made possible by changes in Iran's leadership.
“This deal paves Iran’s path to a nuclear arsenal,” he said.
Dems don't want to oppose Obama but are wary of the deal.
"We feel very confident that we would find evidence of nuclear activity," Moniz said.
Israel is engaging in a major lobbying push against the nuclear deal.
It's his first Persian Gulf meeting since the nuclear deal was announced.
Concerns about Islamic extremism have grown rapidly in recent years.
“Things did change,” Kerry said of diplomatic momentum during the talks.
The senator wants Obama to block the U.N. from taking up the Iran deal until later this year.