20 Times Obama Administration Officials Said No Iran Deal Is Better Than a Bad Deal

They ought to heed their own words

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Maybe the Obama administration should think about heeding its own words.

Their oft-repeated refrain that “no deal is better than a bad deal” or “a bad deal is worse than no deal” should stop the White House from pursuing a misguided, short-sighted and dangerous nuclear deal with Iran. In fact, they’ve said it at least 20 times in interviews and speeches.

Secretary of State John Kerry, spokesman Jen Psaki, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, National Security Adviser Susan Rice and President Obama have all made that declaration for years. As laid out Tuesday by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the deal being negotiated with Iran is a very bad one, a pointless and ruinous one that doesn’t stop the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ambitions.

The Supreme Leader of Iran, the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism, has made no secret of his desire to annihilate Israel.

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