RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - In this week's PolitiFact, Donald Trump says the U.S. would have to defend Iran if Israel launched an attack on the country's nuclear program.
Well, our colleagues at PolitiFact dug deep into the Iran agreement. And they rate Trump's statement as completely false.
World powers say the provision has to do with securing Iran's nuclear materials so state-less, terror groups, like ISIS don't get their hands on them.
"Protect against terrorist attacks, and has noting to do with taking sides against Israel," said Richmond Times Dispatch Reporter Warren Fiske.
The agreement should take effect, after Democrats sealed, support for the deal