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May 8, 2018 0 Comments

The Iran Nuclear Deal was Never Viable

Joseph Humire joins Fernando del Rincón for a Conclusiones segment about the Iran deal. He asserts that the nuclear deal never had full support from Congress, making it a fraught deal from the start. The two fatal errors that kept some members of Congress from giving support are:

  1. Iran never permitted inspectors on to their military bases.
  2. The contradiction in allowing Iran to have an intercontinental ballistic missile system without nuclear arms.

Watch the full interview (in Spanish) at CNN Español.

Joseph Humire habla con Fernarndo de Rincón sobre el acuerdo de Iran. Él dice que el acuerdo nuclear con Irán “fue mal hecho y nunca tuvo el apoyo total del Congreso” porque “tiene dos errores fatales”: que Irán nunca permitió a los inspectores en sus bases militares y la contradicción que conlleva que Irán pueda tener un programa de misiles balísticos intercontinentales sin armas nucleares.

Ve la entrevista completa en CNÑ.

About the Author
    JOSEPH HUMIRE Joseph Humire is the executive director of the Center for a Secure Free Society (SFS), and an expert on asymmetric warfare. His work focuses on examining transnational threats permeating throughout the Western Hemisphere. Follow him on Twitter @jmhumire
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