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Many Oklahomans have expressed their deep concerns about the president’s deal with Iran on nuclear weapons and sanctions. Rest assured, I share these concerns, and I want to take this opportunity to update the Second District on the situation.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 5, 2014
WASHINGTON – “Being on the opposite side of Russia in a conflict is nothing new for the United States. History tells us that John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan faced such conflicts while maintaining our country’s safety as a top priority. They boldly navigated what often seemed like impossible circumstances, focusing on resolving the conflict swiftly and securely. As a result, the United States came out of both events stronger than before.