"I lose my patience with this nonsense," says former Governor Howard Dean. "It's not nonsense," says former Senator Rick Santorum.
Candy talks with Congressmen Ed Royce (R-CA) and Eliot Engel (D-NY) about the Iran nuclear deal.
Candy talks with Congressmen Ed Royce (R-CA) and Eliot Engel (D-NY) about the Iran nuclear deal. Engel said, "I don't think you make [Iran] bargain in good faith by going squishy."
Secretary of State John Kerry talks with Candy after world leaders reach a nuclear deal with Iran. "We do that with eyes absolutely wide open," Kerry said. "We have no illusions. You don’t do this on the basis of somebody’s statements to you, you do it on the basis of actions that can be verified. And, moreover, we have kept the basic architecture of the sanctions is staying in place."
Senator John Barrasso and Congressman James Clyburn discuss Americans losing trust in government after Obamacare launch.
"Increase the pressure on Iran because it's finally working," says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He calls the P5+1 deal discussed in Geneva "exceedingly bad."
Netanyahu says Republicans and Democrats alike are calling for tougher sanctions & to preserve sanctions "as they are."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talked with Candy about his desire for peace in the region. "I'd like to see some movement on the Palestinian side," he said. "Everybody talks about Israeli concessions. It's time to talk about Palestinian concessions, too. Like recognizing the Jewish state. You want us to recognize the Palestinian state for the Palestinian people. How about recognizing the Jewish state for the Jewish people? But peace is a two-way street. It must require - it requires Palestinian concessions alongside Israeli ones."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talked with Candy about his commitment to defending Israel from any threat. "Well, I hope that we can achieve a far better deal," he said, discussing the new proposal by world leaders to address Iran's nuclear capabilities. "The president and I have agreed on many things, and we agree that Israel always reserves the right to defend itself against any threat."
The Israeli PM says a bad Iran deal could lead to a "military option" which is "exactly the place you don't want to be."