Netanyahu: U.S.' Iran Nuke Deal Could ‘Change History’ for Worse

'I hope it doesn’t come to pass'

Bibi: Iran Nuke Deal Could ‘Change History’ (National Review Online)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said striking a nuclear deal with Iran will “change history.”

If the Obama administration cuts a deal that lifts most sanctions currently imposed on the regime in Tehran while allowing the mullahs to keep most of their nuclear capabilities, he told NBC’s David Gregory, “It would be a monumental mistake.”  

“I hope it doesn’t come to pass,” he said. “This would change history.” 

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