Secretary of State John Kerry is urging congressional opponents of the emerging nuclear deal with Iran to "hold their fire" until they see a final agreement in two months.
"The whole purpose of the sanctions was to have a negotiation; now we're having that negotiation and I think we've earned the right through what we've achieved in the interim agreement," Kerry said.
Since reaching a framework agreement on April 2, the Obama administration has repeatedly urged the Senate to refrain from voting on legislation requiring congressional approval to lift sanctions against Iran. The president promised to veto any such bill.
Meanwhile, Kerry said he will brief lawmakers...