Hillary Clinton released the following statement Saturday on the release of American prisoners from Iran and on the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal:
“I am greatly relieved by the safe return of American prisoners from Iran. Their families and our country have waited and prayed for this day to come.
“I also welcome the full implementation of the nuclear agreement, an important achievement of diplomacy backed by pressure. Implementation marks an important step forward in preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. Iran has dismantled centrifuges, disabled a reactor, and shipped out almost all of its enriched uranium. These are important steps that make the United States, our allies, and the entire world safer. I congratulate President Obama and his team, and I’m proud of the role I played to get this process started.
“But we shouldn’t thank Iran for the prisoners or…
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