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For the Record': The Nine Words That Explain Why the U.S. Gave Up So Much in the Iran Deal

A general view of a heavy water plant in Arak, August 26, 2006. (Photo: Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images)

The landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers has been sharply criticized by opponents who argue it gives the Islamic Republic far too much freedom to continue its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

One of the harshest critics is Frank Gaffney, a former senior official in the Department of Defense during the Reagan administration who worked on the government's Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy.

"I think most people who've had the kinds of opportunities that I've had to work in government have never seen anything quite like this," Gaffney said.

In this all-new For the Record short, Gaffney explains what he calls "The Obama Doctrine" and how it may have played a crucial role in shaping the controversial deal with Iran.

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