Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said on "Special Report" tonight that he is confident that Iran will violate last week's nuclear agreement, since they have violated every other agreement that they've ever entered into.

The former Pennsylvania senator added that the nuke deal will lead to Iran becoming an even larger supporter of terrorism around the world.

"It's a deal that's not worth the paper it's printed on," Santorum said. "You've got ... inspections after 24 days. I wish that my mom gave me 24 days to clean up my room. I can hide anything in 24 days."

He said that - barring a complete capitulation from Iran - he wouldn't have entered into negotiations with the Islamic republic in the first place, as this deal makes a nuclear arms race more likely, in addition to increasing the difficulty of fighting ISIS and terrorism around the world.

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