Just 26 percent of U.S. national security workers believe that the West’s nuclear agreement with Iran is good for America, and even fewer think it will help Israel or Saudi Arabia, a new Defense One survey shows.
Asked to evaluate the statement “The Iran nuclear deal is a good deal for the United States,” some 66 percent of responders disagreed — and two-thirds of that group “strongly disagreed.”
The group’s outlook was even dimmer about the deal’s effect on U.S. allies.
Nevertheless, most Congressional Democrats were more concerned about their President getting a “win” than about national (or international) security.
A few, like Chuck Schumer, raised their voices in protest, but you knew the outcome was never in doubt.