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SHOTLIST:AP -- AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington -- November 25, 20131. SOUNDBITE: Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Adviser: First of all, the agreement does begin immediately and it lasts for 6 months. What that means is you'll begin to see much more intrusive inspections into the Iranian program. And then, over time, you'll see them take the steps the've committed to, in terms of neutralizing their 20% stockpiles and halting the progress of their program in many respects. In terms of sanctions relief, that is going to be metered out over the course of 6 months. The United States has control over that revenue. We can essentially turn it on like a spigot so the Iranians have access to a portion of the revenue they're losing, even as we continue to enforce the sanctions. That way, if the Iranians don't live up to their end of the bargain, we can turn off that relief and go back to moving towards increased pressure and sanctions.2. SOUNDBITE: Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Adviser: It's the first time they've halted the progress of their program in a decade. And this isn't a comprehensive resolution, mind you. Keep in mind what the alternative is. The alternative is we negotiate for 6 months. They bring that bring that plutonium reactor online. They install advanced centrifuges. They stockpile more uranium. So you are adding to the clock in terms of their program. You're halting it for the first time in a decade And you're giving them a chance to negotiate the comprehensive resolution that could assure us that their program is peaceful.3. SOUNDBITE: Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Adviser: Ultimately, Iran will have to make the decision as to whether they can make those hard choices. If they don't, however, we're going to be pivoting back toward increasing sanctions. So we believe the incentives for them are great in order to move in the direction of assuring us their program will only be peaceful.4. SOUNDBITE: Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Adviser: The fact is, no element of this deal is based on trust. We have daily inspections into their nuclear facilities, we have inspections of their centrifuge production and uranium mines and we have inspections at their Iraq reactor, the heavy water reactor we're concerned about. That will allow us to verify that Iran is meeting their commitments. If they don't meet their commitments, the agreement is void.