Trey Gowdy: Iran on It’s Way to Nuclear Break-Out

Since retiring from Congress, Trey Gowdy has cemented himself as a significant contributor to Fox News.

The gloves are now clearly off, and Gowdy continues to show just how inept Joe Biden was and is as a politician in this country.

During a recent interview with General Kellogg, the two discussed just how devastating Biden cowering to the terrorist nation would be for our country and the world in general.

It’s Coming

During a recent “Sunday Night in America,” Gowdy had retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg on his show.

The interview more or less went unnoticed, but now it is extremely relevant due to Joe Biden’s imminent nuclear deal with Iran.

This deal will roll back sanctions and possibly even remove the terrorist designation currently on Iran.

Biden is being made a fool of in these negotiations, allowing Russia to run roughshod over him on behalf of Iran.

Gowdy asked General Kellogg flat-out if he thought Iran would be able to move forward as a nuclear threat.

His answer was not comforting.

Kellogg, in part, stated, “Yep, they are on the way.

“I think you’re going to see a nuclear breakout, and what I mean by a breakout they’re going to have enough enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon even within the year.

“They’re currently producing enrichment about 60 to 70%, 90% weapons-grade.

“They admit doing it, and there’s no way we will stop it. It is a fool’s errand to try and get them back to the Iran nuclear deal.”

You can see the full interview in the video below.

Do you agree?

Do you think the new deal with Iran will put the world at risk of a terrorist nation having nuclear capabilities?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News


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