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Israeli ambassador to Levin: Nobody should be surprised that Iran admitted to breaking the nuclear deal

Conservative Review

Broadcasting his radio show from Israel Monday night, LevinTV host Mark Levin discussed Iran's latest nuclear deal violation with Israeli ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer, who explained that nobody should be surprised by the news.

The two began their discussion with the news that Iran had exceeded the nuclear stockpile level permitted by the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal, according to the both the Iranian government and international authorities. Tehran is also threatening to raise its enrichment closer to weapons-grade levels next week if European countries don't offer a new agreement.

Dermer pointed out that this was to be expected, given the loose limits the 2015 deal placed on the Islamic dictatorship's nuclear program.

The nuclear agreement "did not block Iran's path a weapon," Dermer explained, contradicting a popular talking point used to justify the deal to the world. "False statement. It is simply not true. It actually will ensure that in a few years, Iran will not just have one nuclear weapon, but an entire nuclear arsenal."

Dermer also explained how the recent sanctions placed on Iran by the Trump administration have turned the "tailwind" into a "huge headwind," which has made Israel and the entire region "much safer." In turn, he said, European countries should respond to Iran's aggression by joining with the United States in placing pressure on Tehran.


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