Continuing with his election campaign events in Iowa, Jindal, 44, said that the Republican Senators in Washington D.C. surrendered to the US President Barack Obama and ultimately helped him get approval for his Iran deal.
    
Two term Governor of Louisiana, Jindal said Senate Republicans are the only ones who are worse negotiators than Obama. "Many have argued that bill paved the way for Obama to only need 34 votes to win," he also said.
    
"By endorsing the Corker Cardin framework, the Senators allowed the deal to go ahead. Amazingly, only one Senator had the sense to oppose this. It was not any of the four
Republican Senators running for President, it was not Ted Cruz, it was Tom Cotton.
    
"He was the only one who had the guts to stand up and say no. The vote was 98-1, by the way," Jindal said.
    
"Senate Republicans are the only ones who are worse negotiators than President Obama," said Jindal, the first Indian American to be running for the US presidency.
    
Jindal is currently on 14th place, out of the 15 Republican candidates in the RealClearPolitics average of presidential polls.

 

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