No matter how much he spins it, the facts speak for itself.
Iran seeks a nuke bomb. The IAEA only has knowledge of nuke sites and centrifuges that Iran has admitted to. Iran has built a delivery system (of ICBM’s) which compliments a nuke weapons program. Iran has learned from North Korea which successfully gamed the Carter administration. All the cards are stacked in their favor.
CIA head says critics of Iran nuclear deal ‘disingenuous’
The deal has also been criticized by Israel, where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Iran’s nuclear ambitions an existential threat.
Cambridge – Opponents of Iran’s initial agreement to curb its nuclear program are being “disingenuous” when they say the deal could still allow the Middle Eastern state to build nuclear weapons, the head of the Central Intelligence Agency said on Tuesday.
The initial accord reached last week between Iran and major world powers – which would lift crippling economic sanctions in exchange for Iran’s agreement to step back from developing nuclear weapons – is likely the most realistic deal that could be reached, CIA Director John Brennan told an audience of students and faculty at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, just outside Boston.
“The individuals who say that this deal provides a pathway for Iran to a bomb are being wholly disingenuous, in my view, if they know the facts and understand what is required for a program,” Brennan said at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. “I certainly am pleasantly surprised that the Iranians have agreed to so much here.”