We previously reported on two secret and controversial side deals that the IAEA made with Iran in the Iranian nuclear deal.
Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry testified on Capitol Hill that the U.S. government would not be revealing the contents of these secret side deals with Iran to the American public. Senator Tom Cotton, who is the one who uncovered and revealed the two secret side deals wanted to know why the side deals cannot be made public.
Secretary Kerry said, “Because we respect the process of the IAEA and we don’t have their authorization to reveal what is a confidential agreement between them and another country.”
Frankly – from John Kerry’s posturing, attitude and tone throughout the entire Iranian nuclear deal in which he was woefully out maneuvered he has sounded defensive, passive and seemingly considers the people who are taking the national security implications of his terrible deal seriously, as a nuisance.
Kerry has even come out and publicly backtracked on the prospects of the deal, the fairness, his own negotiating and the Iranians in general. And immediately after the deal was signed the Iranian Supreme Leader publicly stated, “We will trample on America.”
Watch the exchange between Senator Tom Cotton and Secretary of State John Kerry below:
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