President Obama's deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes, has been using doublespeak to sell the nuclear deal to the American people. In April of this year, Rhodes claimed that the nuclear deal would include "anywhere, anytime" access to Iranian nuclear sites. Last night, the top Obama adviser said, "We never sought in this negotiation the capacity for so-called anytime, anywhere" inspections.

Here's video:

Here's Rhodes's April 2015 comments:

Jake Tapper: So the Israelis have put out this list of things that they think should be in the final deal with Iran, including allowing inspectors to go anywhere, anytime. That seems perfectly reasonable, no? Rhodes: Well, Jake, first of all, under this deal, you will have anywhere, anytime, 24/7 access as it relates to the nuclear facilities that Iran has.

And here are his comments from last night:

Erin Burnett: How can you know if Iran is cheating if they have any time to prepare for an inspection? Rhodes: Well first of all, it is 24/7 continuous monitoring of their nuclear facilities. So we can see what they're doing in the facilities where they enrich their uranium - again, where they operate centrifuges, where they have a reactor, they will no longer be able to develop weapons grade plutonium. We never sought in this negotiation the capacity for so-called anytime, anywhere, where you can basically go anywhere in the country, look at whatever you wanted to do, that had nothing to do with the nuclear program....