Looking to slam Baldwin, Nicholson repeating his erroneous claim that ‘billions of dollars’ were sent to Iran on cargo planes

Kevin Nicholson has been repeatedly claiming that the Iran deal “handed billions of dollars of cash on cargo planes, sent it to a state sponsor of terror, and Tammy Baldwin was one of the first to get on board and support that.” PolitiFact Wisconsin breaks down how Nicholson has it wrong. Especially that bit about billions.

Nicholson stresses foreign policy in U.S. Senate race


Most of the speech given by Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Kevin Nicholson at a recent campaign event concerned foreign policy, from talks with North Korea (“We must verify and push”) to the Iran nuclear deal (Nicholson is against it and ripped U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin for supporting it). > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wisconsin Congress members react to Iran deal withdrawal


There are differing takes from Wisconsin’s members of Congress on President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. Here’s what U.S. Reps. Ron Kind, Mike Gallagher, Glenn Grothman and Mark Pocan, as well as U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, had to say. > Wisconsin Radio Network

Leah Vukmir calls pulling out of Iran nuclear deal ‘a great day for Wisconsin and America’


U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir wrote Tuesday: “The foolish and dangerous Iranian nuclear deal … is now in the wastebasket of history along with the rest of Obama’s naïvely misguided foreign policy. The real question now is if Tammy Baldwin still stand with Wisconsin voters who want a president who puts them first.” > Urban Milwaukee