Lindsey Graham on Iran negotiations: ‘Obama wants a deal so bad he can taste it’

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. said Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that President Obama’s eagerness to sign a deal with Iran over its nuclear program might not produce the best outcome to the international community’s concerns.

“This president, Barack Obama, wants a deal so bad he can taste it,” Graham said, adding, “Barack Obama could get a better deal if he wanted one. And I don’t believe he wants a better deal. He just wants a deal.”

Graham advised negotiators to be firm with the Iranians.

“I would tell the Iranians I will guarantee you a fuel supply but you will not be allowed to enrich because we don't trust you,” he said, “And if you really want a bomb, we'll go to war over that. If you want a nuclear power program for peaceful purposes, you can have it.”