Senior Dem 'concerned' about calls to strike Iranian nuke sites


Smith said Washington must keep the option of using military force on the table. But because “that would be problematic in the region,” Smith favors the administration’s current strategy: using economic sanctions to dissuade Tehran from continuing its nuclear weapons work.

The way Smith sees it, there are three “bad approaches.” One is to simply allow Iran to build a nuke, another is to enact “severe economic sanctions,” and the third is a military strike.

The second is “the wisest approach,” Smith said.