Rice: US ‘Acting Like a Spoiled Child’ on Iran Nuclear Deal

On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” former National Security Adviser Susan Rice stated the US can’t begin a dialogue on what to do after portions of the Iran nuclear deal sunset “when we’re hurling threats, threatening to walk out, acting like a spoiled child at the dinner table.”

Rice said the Iran deal is “a good deal. It was a sound deal. It accomplished our objectives, despite what President Trump says. So, there’s no need to reopen it. There’s value in discussing how to strengthen implementation, even though it’s being fully implemented, according to every objective analysis. But we could begin a process of dialogue to discuss what comes after this deal sunsets, or elements of its sunset, and that’s worth doing. But we can’t do that when we’re hurling threats, threatening to walk out, acting like a spoiled child at the dinner table.”

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