Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday continued to call for the rejection of the framework of a multi-country deal that with Iran that seeks to limit the country's nuclear capability.
"I'm not trying to kill any deal. I'm trying to kill a bad deal," Netanyahu said on "Meet the Press." He argued that the current plan "leaves the preeminent terrorist state of our time with a vast nuclear infrastructure."
The prime minister went on to say that "not one centrifuge is destroyed." However, according to the paramaters for the deal released by the U.S. State Department, Iran has agreed to reduce installed centrifuges by two-thirds and place the excess in internationally monitored storage. READ MORE