White House: Iran Deal Halts Progress of Nuclear Program

‘We have the strictest inspections to make sure they are held accountable to the likes of this deal’

RHODES: “Well Chuck, it's temporary. It has a six-month time span, so it expires in six months. It's not a status quo, but what it does is it halts the progress of the program, roll it back, while we see if we can get the final deal. If the Iranians don't comply, we'll move to new sanctions. And we have the strictest inspections ever to make sure they are held accountable through the life of this deal.”

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