Reactions from the international community and experts to Netanyahu`s presentation have been largely contrasted to their informational value and suspected that the timing and theatricality of the event must convince President Trump to withdraw from the JCPOA.  Iran immediately retaliated: Iranian Defense General Amir Hatami responded to the Israeli accusations as "without reason and without foundation." Propaganda show," while Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called Netanyahu a "boy who can`t stop crying wolf."  The IAEA also issued a statement repeating that "the Agency has no credible evidence of activities in Iran relevant to the development of a nuclear device after 2009."  Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a White House spokeswoman, said on May 1, 2018, that the United States discussed the introduction of the presentation with Israel, which testifies to some coordination between the two governments.  On August 20, 2015, Pelosi stated that House Democrats had the votes to maintain their veto of a resolution of disapproval.  To maintain her veto, she would have to hold only 146 of the 188 Democrats in the House of Representatives;  Until August 20, about sixty Democrats in the House of Representatives had publicly expressed their support for the final agreement and a dozen of them had publicly expressed their opposition.  In May 2015, prior to notification of the final agreement, 151 House Democrats signed the outline of the April framework agreement; None of these signatories opposed the final agreement.  In addition to the final statement, both the United States and Iran have released more detailed descriptions of their agreement. Officials on both sides acknowledge that they have different narratives about this project.  The United States The government has published a fact sheet that summarizes the main points of the agreement.  Shortly after its publication, senior Iranian officials, including Iran`s Supreme Leader and Iran`s defense minister, challenged the document on important points that have not been resolved.    Representatives from Britain, China, France, Russia and Germany all participated in Tuesday`s talks, the most recent in their efforts to salvate the deal. Representatives at Tuesday`s talks also welcomed Iran`s decision last week to allow the UN Atomic Energy Agency to inspect two sites where Iran is suspected of storing or using undeclared nuclear material in the early 2000s.