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A new generation connected to the vice president’s late son is a key force behind talk of a 2016 bid.
The president’s supporters are increasingly confident they can get at least 34 votes in the Senate -- the minimum needed to sustain his veto.
The retiring Democratic leader becomes the 27th Senate Democrat to back the nuclear pact.
The vice president met in D.C. with the rising liberal star who has yet to endorse a candidate.
Vice president traveled from his private home in Delaware on Saturday to the District to meet with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Some Obama allies said Schumer may lose support to become the Senate Democratic leader in 2016.
The New Yorker became the most senior Democrat to break ranks with the administration on the deal.
Momentum continued to build among Democrats for supporting President Obama on the nuclear agreement.
With key votes on the line, Obama is trying harder to reach out to members of Congress, especially Democrats.