Robert Jordan, former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, joined Kilmeade & Friends to discuss the latest on the talks with Iran and the global threat of ISIS.

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Ambassador Jordan believes the Obama administration has looked too anxious trying to strike a deal with Iran over their nuclear capabilities with a weak framework that does not have robust inspections and sanctions to keep Iran from seeking nukes. When asked if there will be a deal struck with Iran, Jordan said "I'm skeptical" and believes Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to lower expectations and conditioning the public we may walk away from a bad deal.

Ambassador Jordan also discussed President Obama saying ISIS will not be defeated by guns but through ideas, telling Brian, Obama is putting too much emphasis on the ideological aspect, ISIS are comprised of psychopaths and should be treated like an enemy state.