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U.S. Representatives Chris Collins (NY-27) and Louise Slaughter (NY-25) today led a bipartisan letter from members of the New York Congressional delegation to President Obama opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Congressman Chris Collins issued the following statement after attending today’s joint session of Congress featuring Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Congressman Chris Collins today released the following statement regarding his opposition to President Obama’s request for fast track trade promotion authority.
Congressman Chris Collins today released the following statement after Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine, addressed a Joint Session of Congress. Congressman Collins was joined by Mr. Stefan Mychajliw, Erie County Comptroller.
“It was an honor to hear President Poroshenko’s historic address this morning,” said Congressman Collins. “The United States will continue to be a strong supporter of Ukraine and the democratic ideals espoused by President Poroshenko.”
Congressman Chris Collins released the following statement after the President’s address laying out his strategy to eliminate the ISIS threat.
“It is clear, we cannot allow for the same mistakes that have gotten us into this situation,” said Congressman Collins. “The current events in Iraq and Syria prove the absence of American leadership enables and emboldens our enemies, and puts our country and citizens at risk. I fully support actions to eliminate the threat posed by ISIS and protect our citizens at home and abroad.”
This deal, on its face, is a troubling, dangerous recognition of Iran's right to enrich uranium and potentially endangers our strongest Middle East ally in Israel.
I am especially skeptical that a regime which has prided itself on secrecy and deception will suddenly embrace transparency and openness.
America should be strengthening sanctions, in line with the bipartisan bill the House passed this summer which toughens our stance against Iran.
Congressman Chris Collins issued the following statement after President Obama's remarks to the nation regarding Syria on September 10, 2013.