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Former Atty. Gen. Mukasey: Iran Sure to Cheat on Any Nuke Deal

By    |   Friday, 17 April 2015 05:49 PM EDT

In no way can the United States rely on Iran to keep its part of the bargain in the nuclear deal now being hammered out, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey tells Newsmax TV.

"The question is obviously what kind of a deal can you have with people who do all the other things that they do?" Mukasey said Friday on "The Steve Malzberg Show," referring to the Iran's state-sponsored terrorism.

"Even if you take this, simply based on an analysis of their record in nuclear performance, the fact is that they have never made an agreement that they didn't cheat on."

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The United States and Iran announced earlier this month that the "framework" for a deal that would limit Iran's ability to create nuclear weapons had been worked out.

Mukasey — also a former U.S. district judge and now partner at the New York City–based international law firm Debevoise & Plimpton — is author of "Not A Crime, An Act Of War: Understanding the Threat of 'Civilization Jihad," published by the Center for Security Policy Press.

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In no way can the United States rely on Iran to keep its part of the bargain in the nuclear deal now being hammered out, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey tells Newsmax TV.
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