Senator Ben Cardin, a Democrat from Maryland who sits on the Foreign Relations Committee, discusses the Iran nuclear deal and President Trump's approach to North Korea on Bloomberg TV.
"We know what they're doing in Syria... Yemen... Lebanon. Those activities are not acceptable, and we should take action. And they are not prohibited by the nuclear agreement, we would not be violating the agreement if we did that," Cardin suggested.
"The major disagreement is this: I did not support the original nuclear agreement, but I think it would be a mistake for the U.S. to unilaterally withdraw from the nuclear agreement," he explained. "I think the disagreement between President Trump and our European allies and with many of us in Congress, is the president is talking about reimposing sanctions on Iran for its nuclear program even though they are in compliance with their nuclear commitments."