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as iran nuclear talks into the home stretch in vienna back in washington lawmakers are working to kill any deal they see as giving away too much to tehran with secretary of state john kerry bound for the talks friday senate republicans are already warning him not to step outside quote red lines , patricia is angrily covers congress for reuters there's a lot of negativity and there's a lot of resistance , to the iran deal from republican , the deal with six major powers would roll back iran's nuclear program delaying any path to a bomb in exchange for a lifting crippling economic sanctions last month president obama signed an agreement with congress for an up or down vote on any deal with iran liquor but lawmakers want more of a say before a deal is reached for example demanding a tougher plan for twenty four seven access to iran's nuclear sites fears were raised last week when around supreme leader ruled out inspections of military sites , skeptics about negotiating with iran in congress , are very angry that kerry doesn't seem is key , looking into , what steps iran may have already taken , congress must have the ability to evaluate in detail , every aspect lawmakers know that even if congress rejects the deal obama could still use his veto to push it through with enough votes from his own party that means the real chance for lawmakers may be right now before any deal in vienna