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everyone knows that Iran has no practical me why well album for this program not as the Senate opens debate on president Obama's nuclear deal with Iran it prospects are looking better by the day on Tuesday for more democratic senators coming out in favor of the deal Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Ron Wyden of Oregon Gary Peters of Michigan and Maria Cantwell of Washington , that brings to forty two the number of senators supporting Obama making it unlikely that a Republican bill rejecting the deal will ever make it to Obama's desk domestic policy correspondent Andy Sullivan basically on every controversial pennant vote he gave you don't just need a simple majority you need at least a copy of the hundred votes , stick with Obama , the bill , it , no it , Iran deal it tough global sanctions in exchange for sharp curbs on Iran's nuclear ambitions and is overwhelmingly opposed by Republicans nnj , former vice president Dick Cheney blasted the deal Tuesday warning that would ultimately allow Iran to attack the U. S.