Santorum: Iran Deal ‘a Folly,’ An Unwise Move on the Part of the President

Why do we think that all of a sudden that we — we’re going to give them billions of dollars ... after they’ve gotten what they really want, which is the money, that they’re going to come around and now pay attention to these restrictions’

SANTORUM: "Well, I’ve been very clear from the beginning. I think this is a unwise move on the part of the president. The — as was mentioned by both Senator Klobuchar and Senator Corker, Iran is never really — never kept an agreement. There’s a standard agreement right now, where they have to report on 12 items to the United Nations and that’s been in place now for four years. And they partially answered two questions. The interim agreement that’s in place right now, they’re not living up to that. Why do we think that all of a sudden that we — we’re going to give them billions of dollars, looks like right off the top, but there’s somehow or another going to come around after they’ve gotten what they really want, which is the money, that they’re going to come around and now pay attention to these restrictions. This is a folly from its — from its foundation."

Video files
Full
Compact
Audio files
Full
Compact
Similar stories
Cruz: Iran Deal Likely to Force Next President to Take ‘Direct Military Action’
Cruz: Iran Deal Makes Obama Admin ‘Leading Financier of Radical Islamic Terrorism’
Rubio: We Need To Defeat the Iran Deal in Congress
Fred Fleitz: Trump’s Getting out of the Iran Deal, Just Not Now So Iran and N. Korea Don’t Blow Up Simultaneously
Obama on Iran Deal: A House Under Contract, Awaiting ‘Appraisal,’ ‘Inspector’