Sen. Ben Cardin On The Iran Deal And Trump
Thursday, 12 October 2017 (6 days ago)
Steve Inskeep talks with Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, who voted against the Iran nuclear deal, but now worries about the consequence if President Trump decertifies Iran's compliance with the agreement.
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