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Netanyahu's argument to Congress about Iran, explained in 2 minutes

Zack Beauchamp is a senior correspondent at Vox, where he covers ideology and challenges to democracy, both at home and abroad. Before coming to Vox in 2014, he edited TP Ideas, a section of Think Progress devoted to the ideas shaping our political world.

Tuesday morning, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech to a joint session of Congress designed to rally the hill against President Obama's plan to strike a deal with Iran on its nuclear program. The speech laid out his case against the Obama administration's approach to negotiations. Here's the key point on which they differ, and why it's such a big deal.

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