Bolton ‘Inexplicable to Say Iran in Compliance with Nuclear Agreement’

Former Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, says that there is no possible way that the nation of Iran can be in compliance with the nuclear agreement formulated under the Obama administration. As you recall, President Obama did this on his own and bypassed Congress in an attempt to cement his legacy in the Middle East. It has not worked out that well, has it, Mr. Former President? Not only are they not in compliance but there is a connection to North Korea that cannot be ignored. The missile technology that North Korea has may well be passed on to Iran. These two rogue nations are in lock-step with each other and are threats to the whole world. Listen and/or read what Ambassador Bolton ha to say on these critical issues.

As Written By John Hayward for Breitbart: 

Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton warned Breitbart News Daily on Friday that North Korea’s nuclear missile technology will soon find its way into Iranian hands. He proceeded to criticize Trump administration officials, like National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, for protecting the Iran nuclear deal despite Iran’s clear violations of the agreement.

“Whatever capability North Korea has, Iran will have the next day,” Bolton told SiriusXM host Alex Marlow.

In Bolton’s estimation, “to be successful, the Trump administration has got to get control over the entire federal bureaucracy, particularly in the national security arena.”

“Too often, I think we’ve seen the bureaucracy still on autopilot from January the 19 of this year,” he said. “The decision a couple of weeks ago for the second time to certify that Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal is just inexplicable.”

“That was, according to the press – the New York Times and the Washington Post, which are never wrong – supported by all of the president’s top national security advisers,” he…….


John Bolton: Inexplicable to Say Iran in Compliance with Nuclear Agreement

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