‘During Wednesday’s briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders mocked the Obama administration for their “lack of success” on foreign affairs.
Daily Mail White House correspondent Francesca Chambers noted that Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and Barack Obama have all criticized Trump’s decision to leave the Iran deal.
“What is the president’s response to them and what does the White House think about those former Obama administration officials commenting on this and the appropriateness of it?” Chambers asked.
Sanders responded: “I think based on each of those individuals’ lack of success in this entire process of foreign affairs, they would probably be the last three people that we would look to for advice and counsel on whether we have made the right decision.”
On Tuesday, President Trump declared that he was withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal, unraveling the signature foreign policy achievement of his predecessor Barack Obama.
Obama said: “There are few issues more important to the security of the United States than the potential spread of nuclear weapons, or the potential for even more destructive war in the Middle East.”
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Sarah’s always awesome… on time and on target. I love her responses. She makes them look like idiots when they persist with stupid questions!
If Obama and Clinton are unhappy about the President’s direction… it must have been the correct thing to do. In his quest for a “Legacy” Obama Never presented this “great deal” to those Elected Officials who represent us in the Senate nor the House for ratification. As always Barack Hussein Obama placed his so-called “legacy” before our Nation’s interest.
Obama, Kerry, Clinton are three irrelevant people that could not negotiate an agreement to the level of a fifth grader. They can go away, their incompetence is in the past!
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