BOOM goes the nuclear deal: Iranians backtrack, call US framework a ‘lie’

Iran continues to toy with the United States over prolonged nuclear negotiations the Obama administration claimed were being finalized just one week ago.

Iranian leaders backtracked Wednesday over supposed agreements outlined in the framework of last week’s deal between the two countries that critics argue will eventually give Iran access to a nuclear bomb.

Even with what appears to be a good deal for Iran – and was celebrated wildly in the streets of Tehran – the country’s “death to America” leaders can’t resist the opportunity to rub the Great Satan’s nose in it.

Iranian officials described the framework as a “lie” and disagreed with a White House fact sheet released just after the negotiations were announced.

Supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei had his say on Twitter:

According to Adam Kredo of the Washington Free Beacon, Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan also called the concessions a “lie” and added that Iran has not, and will not agree “to permit international inspectors to enter any of its military facilities under the framework.”

“The Americans have mentioned a version of the negotiations from their own point of view,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said in an interview, according to the Beacon.

“They are known to the world for having such methods, and yet they have even made the Europeans object,” she said.

“There is no agreement yet,” Afkham said. “There can be no agreement until all the issues are finalized.”

That doesn’t sound like Obama’s “historic” deal is a deal at all.

H/T: Twitchy.com

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