WASHINGTON — California Rep. Brad Sherman warns that even if Congress were to override President Obama’s veto of the Iran deal, the president could still get the deal he wants.

Sherman, a Democrat who serves on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, grilled Sec. of State John Kerry Tuesday over whether the administration would follow the law if Congress votes against the administration’s deal with Iran and overrides the president’s veto.

“So, you’re not committed to following the law if you think it’s a bad law?” Sherman asked.

“No,” Kerry said. “I said I’m not going to deal with a hypothetical, that’s all.”

Source: Dem: Obama Ready To Ignore Congress If Veto On Iran Deal Is Overridden | The Daily Caller