CHRIS WALLACE: All right. Let me ask you about something that when we told people that you were going to be on the show, a lot of us wanted to ask you about it. It isn't pleasant, but you know where I'm headed. Martin Bashir, the MSNBC anchor, has had some ugly things to say about you. A couple of weeks ago, you made, frankly, I think fairly uno
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GEORGE WILL: In his statement last night, there is a sentence that is absolutely surreal. He said, 'for the first time in nearly a decade, we have halted the progress of the Iranian nuclear program.' That implies that it has been halted for a decade, whereas we know, it has been racing forward. Now, the question is will this small easing of the san
GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: And not surprisingly Bill Kristol 50 years later also sparked something of a political debate as we see that iconic picture of John Kennedy, Jr. Was John F. Kennedy basically a conservative or a liberal? BILL KRISTOL: Well he was an anti-communist and a hawk and believed in strong defense. And the speech he was going to gi
REP. MIKE ROGERS (R-MICHIGAN): We have just rewarded very bad and dangerous behavior. So think about what this agreement does. It says you can continue to enrich - that's what the Iranians believe - and they have made no changes, no changes in the development of their nuclear weapon program. I can tell that you with a high degree of certainty. S
REP. STENY HOYER (D-MD): The process has been terrible. And we're all very disappointed, those of us who support the Affordable Care Act. But the Affordable Care Act, Bob, the majority of the American public says, look, we need to fix it, not repeal it. And what they mean by that is, they know they need affordable quality health care access. And as
STEPHANOPOULOS: We have just the Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu call it a bad deal. Are you confident that you can convince him to respect it and that Israel will not take unilateral military action against the Iranian nuclear program? KERRY: Well, actually, Israel and the United States absolutely share the same goal here. There is no day
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REP. ELIOT ENGEL (D-NY): It's disappointing to me that Iran is still going to be allowed to enrich while they’re talking. I would have thought that should be a prerequisite to any kind of talks. We’re not asking them to dismantle any of their centrifuges. So that’s disappointing.
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Judge Jeanine Pirro says President Obama is now transparent and Americans can see right through his lies.
STEPHANOPOULOS: You heard Secretary Kerry. He says he hopes the Senate does not move forward -- Congress does not move forward on new sanctions. It sounds like he's going to be disappointed. You're going to push ahead. CHAMBLISS: I think you're going to see a strong movement in the United States Senate to move ahead to tighten sanctions. Now,
PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good evening. Today, the United States -- together with our close allies and partners -- took an important first step toward a comprehensive solution that addresses our concerns with the Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear program. Since I took office, I’ve made clear my determination to prevent Iran from obtaining a nucl