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    Senator Rubio: Nuclear talks with Iranian regime is a stall tactic

    NCRI- U.S. Senator Marco Rubio said on Thursday that the nuclear talks with Iranian regime will fail and warned that the United States should begin to prepare the country for that situation. “This is nothing but a stall tactic and I wish I was wrong, to the depths of my heart I wish that I was wrong,” Rubio said of the talks during an appearance in New York City as reported by ABC News.

    “You would have to be blind not to see what’s happening here. This is nothing but a delay tactic and a stall tactic, and they now openly brag about their ability to move the red lines.” “Sadly, I believe everything else probably will fail, certainly the negotiation component,” Republican senator from Florida said.
    “Then we have to ask ourselves are we prepared to live with a nuclear Iran and what that means for the region and for the world. And I think, universally, not just in the United States but almost any society in the world the answer to that question is ‘no.’ Then at that point there’s only one country in the world that can do anything about it, and that’s us.”
    “I think we need to begin to prepare the people of the country and the people of the world to the reality that negotiations are probably not going to work and ultimately sanctions may not work,” Rubio said. “I don’t want to come across as some saber-rattling person because I am not, but I think I am in line with what the administration has said, which is ultimately military option may be necessary if everything else fails. And by the way, everything else should fail before we get to that stage.”

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