Sen. Bob CorkerBob CorkerGlobal climate pact may bump into Senate roadblock GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Trump appoints fundraiser to national security advisory council MORE (R-Tenn.) on Sunday slammed the recent deal with Iran over Tehran's nuclear programs, saying he's "very discouraged."
“As long as they can enrich [uranium], it seems to be that we are violating the very standards that we set in place,” he said.
Corker said he is “very discouraged” and hopes the U.S. is “able to have a better endgame.”
Earlier this month, Corker introduced a bill that would limit the administration’s ability to loosen sanctions against Iran.
Sen. Bob MenendezRobert MenendezWarren, Menendez question shakeup at Wells Fargo Democrats press Wells Fargo CEO for more answers on scandal Dem senator: Louisiana Republican 'found Jesus' on flood funding MORE (D-N.J.), also a guest on this week’s “Face the Nation,” said the U.S. deal with Iran has put the country in a “very responsible position.”
Through the deal, the U.S. is “creating a sanctions regime that is an insurance policy and also creates leverage for us,” he said.