If you didn’t believe Wendy Sherman, lead negotiator for the Iran deal, when she called it “a very good deal” put together with the help of her team of “unsung heroes,” maybe you’ll believe Vox’s Max Fisher, who was “simply astounded at how good this Iran deal is.”

One of the two needs to head to Times Square quickly this evening with a really, really big megaphone, because there are thousands of people assembled there to protest the deal.

That is a huge protest.

For a “very good deal,” Americans aren’t reacting quite the way Iranians did, according to Reuters:

In an speech at a Tehran mosque punctuated by chants of “Death to America” and “Death to Israel”, Khamenei said he wanted politicians to examine the agreement to ensure national interests were preserved, as Iran would not allow the disruption of its revolutionary principles or defensive abilities.

There was also a protest in Toronto this afternoon, and other cities joined in as well.

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