During an interview, Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) was asked what he thought the chances were that Iran would cheat on the nuclear deal.
“Very high,” Bennet responded.
The reporter naturally then asked Bennet if he regretted voting for the Iran deal, but the Colorado senator said he had no regrets.
“If you look at where we were when I voted on that deal, Iran had ten bombs worth of enriched uranium, and by everybody’s estimates, they were within two or three months of breaking out to a nuclear bomb. Because of that deal, Iran no longer has the enriched uranium necessary to build one bomb.”
Watch 9News full interview with Bennet here:
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