Iranian Official Makes Terrifying Nuclear Announcement, While Obama Admin Makes Embarrassing Admission
Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., once again exposed what some refer to as the Obama administration’s total failure to forge a good nuclear agreement with Iran.
Earlier, Pompeo – together with Senator Tom Cotton – had revealed that the agreement with Iran contained secret side deals that would allow Iran to take samples of soil in the military complex at Parchin, where the regime is suspected to have conducted tests with detonators for nuclear warheads. Normally, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) conducts these tests during official inspections.
Now, Pompeo got the State Department to admit that the nuclear deal (JCPOA) with Iran was “never signed and was not legally binding.”
Pompeo had asked the State Department if he could see the signed agreement, but Julia Frifield, the Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs, responded by writing a letter in which she admitted that the agreement was not signed. Pompeo published the letter on his website.