Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, has nothing nice to say about the White House's nuclear deal with Iran, explaining during an interview on Fox News Wednesday that she finds the entire situation "incredibly scary."

"As a parent with three children, it's incredibly scary to me," Love said in reference to the deal and the president's attempt to sell it to reporters Wednesday afternoon during a press briefing. "This is not a joke. It's not a game. And it's not even partisan."

The deal announced Tuesday by the White House involves the United States lifting certain economic sanctions on Iran in return for guarantees that it will scale back its nuclear program. But nearly every Republican says Iran isn't being forced to do enough.

"This is not even about kicking the can down the road. We're talking about kicking a bomb down the road in the next 15 years. That's incredibly concerning to me," the Utah congresswoman added.

Fox News' Gretchen Carlson asked Love to respond to Obama's claim that "there is no scenario where a United States president is not in a stronger position with regard to Iran 10 to 15 years from now."

"Okay, so we're going to lift sanctions," Love said. "We have got about $100 billion in escrow ready to hand over to Iran. We would all but pretty much build a bomb for them if we just give them that money. I can't understand how this would be a solution in terms of keeping them away from building a nuclear weapon."

"It's absolutely out of control," she added, "and, as far as I'm concerned, inappropriate for a president to do."

The president has brushed off criticism of the deal, saying that opponents of the agreement have offered no viable alternatives of their own.

Love responded to this claim by saying plenty of solutions have been offered in the past.

"Why not go out and talk to our allies … and keep Iran from competing on the global market? Cut them off. I am not always a fan of sanctions. I believe that sanctions actually hurt Americans and cause war," she said.

"However, when you're already up against a nation that wants to see this country harmed, that supports terrorists, that has a history of non-compliance and violence and the terrorists that they support have shown that they have no value for human life and hurt their own women and children, those are not the people we should be doing deals with," she added.