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Obama’s Relentless Use of ‘Relentless’
PJ Media, by Rick Richman

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Posted By:jpundit, 12/18/2013 5:50:38 PM

During the House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing last week on the Iran nuclear deal, Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) addressed Secretary of State Kerry about the lack of enforcement of Iran sanctions since the election of Iranian President Rouhani. Sherman said there were “dozens and dozens” of companies sanctioned in the first half of this year, but only one designation since June; he said he hoped we were not “slow-walking things” on account of Rouhani. Two days later, the State Department sanctioned 19 new people or companies, with a press release saying this showed the administration will “relentlessly enforce” existing

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He also told the UN we would be "relentless" in tracking down the killers in Benghazi.

      


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Obama’s Relentless Use of ‘Relentless’
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Posted By: jpundit- 12/18/2013 5:50:38 PM     Post Reply
During the House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing last week on the Iran nuclear deal, Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) addressed Secretary of State Kerry about the lack of enforcement of Iran sanctions since the election of Iranian President Rouhani. Sherman said there were “dozens and dozens” of companies sanctioned in the first half of this year, but only one designation since June; he said he hoped we were not “slow-walking things” on account of Rouhani. Two days later, the State Department sanctioned 19 new people or companies, with a press release saying this showed the administration will “relentlessly enforce” existing

   

 

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