Insubordinates Around the Trump Pressing Him to do What?

When it comes to the nuclear deal with Iran, President Trump is getting plenty of advice from all corners. The ones that he can and should ignore are those on the left. Inside his camp, it is a different story. Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney was on SiriusXM with host Alex Marlow on Wednesday. Mr. Gaffney was adamant as to who is giving the President the best advice. That would be former Ambassador John Bolton. How does that differ from what he is getting from SEVDEF John Mattis and H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser? Much different.

As Written By John Hayward for Breitbart: 

Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss the possibility that President Trump will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. He also offered some observations on the Catalan independence movement in Spain.

“We’re continuing to see evidence that the insubordinates around him are pressing him not to do what the facts require him to do, which is to say Iran is not in compliance with this so-called political understanding,” Gaffney said.

“What I’m afraid may come out of it, though, since he’s very intent, it seems, to decertify, as the facts suggest he must, is that there will be a kind of Solomonic splitting of the baby,” he predicted, saying this would lead to Trump’s remaining in the nuclear deal with deep reservations.

“That’s really, in a way, the worst of all worlds because we’re acknowledging there is no basis for a deal, but on the other hand, we’re going to continue to legitimate it or continue to be bound by it ourselves in the interests of renegotiating some of its terms,” he said, warning this could lead to “unhelpful and downright reckless” changes.

“When you look at what Iran is up to around the world, to say nothing…..


Frank Gaffney: ‘Insubordinates’ Around President Trump Pressing Him to Stay with Iran Nuclear Deal

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