General Keane: Iran Deal Clearly Protects Their Nuclear Weapons Program

‘I don’t think for a minute that Iran has changed its strategic objectives to dominate the region’

Keane: Iran Deal ‘Clearly Protects Their Nuclear Weapon Program’ (Washington Free Beacon)

Retired Gen. Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff for the Army, appeared on Fox News Tuesday to discuss the Iran nuclear deal. Keane argued that the deal would not make a difference in Iran’s objective to become nuclear and “dominate the region.”

“I think the Iranians are very shrewd and they know that the United States is vulnerable to a deal because we are disengaging from the region. This thing will come out on their side in terms of the concessions they get for this,” Keane added.

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