The months and years have gone by and what used to be 100 percent, don’t worry about this, we can handle this. This is not 100 percent anymore. I can’t tell my friends in good conscience that that there aren’t dangers now and that we haven’t, sort of, failed to figure out how to work through this problem. And I don’t think that’s any one particular administration’s fault or any one person’s fault. I mean I will say that I think dropping out of the Agreed Framework has proven to be a poor decision and that’s what worries me so much about the Iran Deal is that we have something that may indeed be imperfect. But it’s something. We can build on that.
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