BBC: Obama mocks Republican letter to Iran over nuclear talks
US President Barack Obama has criticised a letter from Republican senators to Iran, accusing them of "interfering" in ongoing nuclear talks.
He said the 47 senators made an "unusual coalition" with Iran's hard-line religious leaders.
The letter reminds Iran that any deal is just an executive agreement unless it gets congressional approval.
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme are at a critical stage, with an outline agreement due on 31 March.
WNU Editor: The U.S. media is on board with the White House in criticizing this open letter from the U.S. Republicans to the Iranian leadership (see above video). What's my take .... as an outside observer, I find it interesting that President Obama and the Democrat party (coupled with much of the U.S. main stream media) appear to be more worked up, agitated, and angry at the Republican Party than at Iran.
More News On White House And Democrat Reaction To The U.S. Senate Republican Letter To The Iranian Leadership
Republicans Draw White House Ire for Warning to Iran -- Time
Obama, Iranian official slam GOP letter on deal -- CNN
President Obama Angry with Senate GOP Over Letter to Iran, Claims It Undermines Negotiation Talks -- IJReview
Obama: Some Republicans making "common cause" with Iran -- EFE
Joe Biden: GOP senators’ Iran letter ‘offends me’ -- MSNBC
Joe Biden: Republicans letter on Iran sends 'dangerous signal' to friends -- The Telegraph
Text of Joe Biden’s Statement on Senators’ Letter to Iran’s Leaders -- WSJ
GOP senators send letter to Iran in attempt to undermine nuclear deal; Biden calls it ‘false’ and ‘dangerous’ -- PBS/AP