Three Cabinet secretaries continued Tuesday their energetic defense of the nuclear pact with Iran before the United States Congress, with guarantees that the monitoring and verification of Iranian installations will have no expiration date and that the economy of the Middle Eastern country will take years to recover.
While legislators study whether they'll vote against the nuclear accord, Secretary of State John Kerry and two of his Cabinet colleagues defended the deal at a second public hearing.
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