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Iran Nuclear Deal & Big Money Raised in Election 2016

07/16/2015 | 25m 15s | Video has closed captioning.

The new nuclear deal with Iran has managed to rile up some in the U.S. and abroad. With the disapproval of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and politicians alike, the new deal leaves questions in its wake. Reporters break down the deal's future implications. Plus, a report on the staggering political fundraising that will impact the race to 2016.

Aired: 07/16/15

Rating: NR

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