Obama Defends Iran Deal, Donald Trump Says He's Worth $10 Billion, Clashes Break Out in Greece: P.M. Links


  • Todd Krainin

    In an afternoon press conference, President Obama defended the nuclear deal with Iran as the best possible option.  Hillary Clinton expressed support for the deal, while Jim Webb, another candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, criticized it as putting the cart before the horse. Obama also reportedly called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to offer immediate talks about upgrading Israel's offensive and defensive  military capabilities.

  • Obama also answered a question at the press conference about the allegations surrounding Bill Cosby, saying there was no precedent to revoke his Presidential Medal of Freedom.
  • In a press release about filing financial disclosure forms, the campaign of Donald Trump says the candidate is worth $10 billion. 
  • Clashes broke out in Greece, where protesters are demanding more money from European powers.
  • Mexico has released surveillance footage today of drug cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaping from prison over the weekend.
  • The jury began deliberations in the trial of James Holmes for the 2012 mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.

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