(The Hill) Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) on Friday urged the Obama administration not to consider reducing its demands in negotiations to end Iran's nuclear program.
An Associated Press report cited diplomats who suggested the U.S. might allow Iran to keep nearly half of its centrifuges and reduce its stock of uranium gas. Meadows said that the U.S. shouldn't settle for anything less than Iran discontinuing use of all of its centrifuges used for nuclear production.
"I am appalled that the Obama administration would even consider this incredibly flawed strategy to deal with Iran," Meadows said.
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