Joe Lieberman joined FNC's Maria Bartiromo to discuss the president's choice to leave the Iran nuclear deal up to Congress and the extent to which North Korea and Iran are working together.
"I think the president made the right decision, he did it in the right way," the former Democratic vice presidential candidate said. "He could have withdrawn from the whole thing the other day."
"He basically said to Congress and our allies, and the Iranians, we're going to pull out of this agreement unless it changes... One, we're asking the Iranians to agree not to develop nuclear weapons. That was the whole purpose of the sanctions, and the deal only puts a pause, saying that in eight or ten years they can start doing things that will allow you to build nuclear weapons again."
"The Supreme Leader in Iran says he doesn't want to build nuclear weapons anyway," Lieberman said. "Let's make that happen."
"Second, how can you have an agreement you have any trust in on something this important? If you can't really inspect the military sites where they would be cheating if they were cheating... And this Iranian regime has a bad record of cheating an awful lot on agreements."
"The extent to which Iran and North Korea are working together is the only question. It is not whether they are working together, it is how much they are working together," he explained. "We know that North Korean designs for intercontinental ballistic missiles have been reflected in the intercontinental ballistic missiles Iran has put up."