During her remarks, Clinton will vow to enforce the agreement vigorously and will propose a five-point strategy for dealing with Iran in the future, according to a senior Clinton campaign official who released a preview of Clinton’s speech to ABC News.
Clinton will say that she supports the deal "as part of a larger strategy" toward Iran.
"By now, the outcome of the deal in Congress is no longer in much doubt, so we’ve got to start looking ahead to what comes next: enforcing it, deterring Iran and its proxies, and strengthening our allies,” the Democratic presidential candidate will say during her remarks at the Brookings Institute. “It’s not enough to just say yes to this deal. We have to say 'Yes – and.’ Yes, and we will enforce it with vigor and vigilance. Yes, and we will embed it in a broader strategy to confront Iran’s bad behavior in the region.”
"I don’t reject their concerns out of hand. I think they are totally legitimate,” Clinton told Muir. "The real bottom line is, what’s our better alternative?”
"I know how hard this is to get the world together to stand up to anybody, let alone Iran,” Clinton, the former Secretary of State, explained. "We did that. We got them to the negotiating table. Now, of course, if the United States walks away, the rest of the world is going to think, ‘Wait a minute. We got the best deal we could’ And given the constraints, I think that is the case.”
Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, told Fox News on Tuesday that the agreement is a "disgrace" and that he will renegotiate it as president.