The document is the only secret text linked to last year's agreement between Iran and six foreign powers. It says that after a period between 11 to 13 years, Iran can replace its 5,060 inefficient centrifuges with up to 3,500 advanced machines.
That means that Iran would only need six months to make a nuclear bomb, not a year as originally believed and its nuclear program would be expanded within the decade.
So, we're giving Iran billions *and* letting them expand their nuclear program? What a deal! Happy anniversary everyone.— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) July 18, 2016
Opposition to the Iran Deal has transcended party lines. Last week, as the Iran Deal turned one-year-old, both Democrats and Republicans introduced a few pieces of legislation to expand Iranian sanctions.