Topic: Nuclear Proliferation

Chuck Schumer, D, NY
Anti-war donors pledge to withhold $8.3 million in potential donations from Chuck Schumer, and other Iran deal opponents.
More than 17,000 MoveOn members have said they won't donate to anyone who opposes the Iran deal.  America was weakened in the last wars and legislators need to learn from their mistakes.

Barack Obama
Obama said Iranian hard-liners chanting "death to America" and the Republican caucus were "making common cause" by refusing to support the Iran nuclear deal.
He pointed out that, "inside of Iran, the people most opposed to the deal are the Revolutionary Guard, the Quds force, hard-liners who are implacably opposed to any cooperation with the international community,"
Dick Cheney, Former VP
Cheney said that under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty "enrichment has been limited to basically the weapons states," and would ignite a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.
The text of the treaty and subsequent international conferences say otherwise. If a non-nuclear nation wants to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes, the treaty doesn’t stand in the way.
Donald Trump
Trump claims that under the Iran deal: "If Israel attacks Iran … we’re supposed to be on Iran’s side."
The claim is a misinterpretation of a provision that the U.S. and other partners are prepared, "as appropriate," to cooperate with training to strengthen Iran’s ability to protect against terrorists, saboteurs , and respond to nuclear security threats, and sabotage.
Mike Huckabee
MSNBC co-host questions Mike Huckabee's Christian faith, says Baptist pastor's comments on Obama's Iran nuke deal are 'Un-Christian.'
On July 29, 2015, Huckabee said when Obama signs the Iran deal "he will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven."  Mika Brzezinski said his comments were "uncivil, and un-Christian." She was upset that he invoked the Holocaust when the European Jews had no allies.  America, on the other hand, is Israel's greatest ally and is working for their protection.
Donald Trump
Donald Trump says he never said he wanted to give nuclear arms to Japan.
After Hillary spoke of his support of giving nuclear arms to Japan, Trump denied it. In a March 26 interview with the New York Times, he rambled about it.  He "didn’t quite say he wants Japan to get nuclear weapons, but he did go right up to the line. He was leaving the option on the table."

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