The Latest Jewish Newcomer to Congress Believes Biden Can Get a Better Iran Deal

Rep. Kathy Manning of North Carolina, the deputy chief of a key subcommittee, told Haaretz the nuclear agreement ‘needs to be for a longer period of time, it needs to be a stronger deal, it needs to be broader’

Ben Samuels
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Ben Samuels
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WASHINGTON – Among House members, Rep. Kathy Manning has a unique vantage point on the U.S.-Israel relationship as it pertains to American Jews. The first-term Democrat from North Carolina will also be helping forge a new Iran deal that she says has to be “longer, stronger and broader.”

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