Mr. Speaker, it seems the Iranians are not the only ones we can't trust. Apparently, there are some secret side deals with Iran concerning inspections of their nukes . The administration conveniently withheld this from Congress.

Susan Rice said:

These documents are not public, but nonetheless, we have been briefed on those documents. We know their contents. We are satisfied with them, and we will share the contents of those briefings in full in a classified session with the Congress, so there is nothing in that regard that we know that they won't know.

Let me get this straight. We are supposed to trust the person who lied to the American people on national television about Benghazi?

Mr. Speaker, what else are they hiding? Maybe the details of the side deal are stored on a server somewhere. We know we can't trust the Iranians to follow the deal.

Now, we can't trust the administration to let us know what is in the deal. Let's hope these secret side deals are not as hard to get a hold of as the former Secretary of State's emails.

And that is just the way it is.