Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), a member of the House Armed Services and Foreign Affairs Committee who will be part of the 60-day Congressional review of the Iran nuclear deal sealed on Tuesday, spoke to CNN about her concerns over the agreement.

Gabbard made particular note of the fact that her constituents in Hawaii live under the "crosshairs" of the nuclear-armed rogue state of North Korea, which was enabled to obtain nuclear weapons just roughly a decade after signing a deal in 1994 similar to the one reached with Iran.

"When you look at (how) some of the same people who negotiated the North Korea nuclear deal also negotiated this deal - it's cause for some skepticism, because we know North Korea has nuclear warheads, we know they have long-range missiles which can reach Hawaii...and so this is something that is very real," said Gabbard.