As the debate on the Iran nuclear agreement appears to be all but over, President Obama and his backers are claiming a diplomatic victory, while his opposition in Congress are doing everything in their power to stop it.
Congressional leaders in the Republican party are furious over reported side deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). A draft leaked out to the Associated Press saying the "side deal" would permit Iran to use its own inspectors to investigate a site where the agency suspects that nuclear weapons-related work occured.
Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Michael McCaul, believes the Iran agreement should be renegotiated and that Iran cannot be trusted, especially after the "side deals" leak.
Should the Iran deal still go through in light of these revelations? Max Hoffman, National Security Analyst from the Center for American Progress, and Michaela Dodge, National Security Analyst from the Heritage Foundation share their thoughts.
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