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just hours ahead of a deadline for the iran nuclear talks the lead negotiators for the u. s. and iran seeing thursday watts the rash , we will not rush , and we will not be rushed nnnnn nnnnn for months now six major world powers and iran , i tried to , deal under which to , curb nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief , the deadline has already been extended twice in the two weeks of daily meetings in vienna carry a statement signaling yet another possible delay but it's a delay would potentially major implications on a critical review period in congress which could be trouble for the president patricia single he is following the story from capitol hill if the negotiators missed the deadline that review period doubles from thirty days to sixty days gives opponents of the deal more time to write up ads to lobby members of congress for the public perhaps two way and for the media battle to take place lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say they will not approve a deal unless iran is ready to reveal its research on centrifuges , and a lot twenty four seven access to nuclear sites , tehran's not on board with those demands the country state t. v. reporting today that talks are deadlocked with the u. s. refusing to accept ron's demands on sanction