Donald Trump Op-ed: Hard to Believe US President Would Put His Name on Deal With Terrorist State of Iran

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Businessman Donald Trump chewed up and spit out Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with the Iranian regime in an editorial published today at USA Today.
USA Today reported:

It is hard to believe a president of the United States would actually put his name on an agreement with the terrorist state Iran that is so bad, so poorly constructed and so terribly negotiated that it increases uncertainty and reduces security for America and our allies, including Israel.

It was amateur hour for those charged with striking this deal with Iran, demonstrating to the world, yet again, the total incompetence of our president and politicians. It appears we wanted a deal at any cost rather than following the advice of Ronald Reagan and walking away because “no deal is better than a bad deal.”

After the agreement goes into effect: All nuclear-related sanctions will be lifted. Iran receives a windfall of $150 billion, which will no doubt fund terrorism around the world. Iran will receive notice before any inspections take place. Iran can block inspection of certain facilities. Iran will soon be able to continue expanding its conventional arms and guided missile programs without facing snapback sanctions. Iran can keep American prisoners, including one former U.S. Marine and, very sadly, a Christian minister. Iran can continue to operate about 6,000 centrifuges. Other countries will be free to invest in Iran.

Read the rest here.

Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz, Glenn Beck and Phil Robertson will speak out against the Iranian nuclear deal today during a rally at the US Capitol.

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