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Iran / Nuclear Weapons / Netanyahu / Hayden Interview #1124044

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 30, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The speech from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about a secret Iranian nuclear program introduced. [NETANYAHU - calls it a terrible deal & President Trump will decide what to do about the Iran nuclear deal.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA & NSA director Michael Hayden about the Iran deal & North Korea. [HAYDEN - says Iran continued to lie about its program, but that was "baked" into the deal; offers views on North Korea: credits the administration for getting here; comments on his new book "The Assault on Intelligence" & the Iran intelligence, how intelligence has to adapt since the processes & decision-making are not linked, political affiliations as an act of faith these days with collateral damage to our institutions.]

Cooper, Anderson

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