Judge Jeanine has a warning on Obama’s Iran deal; she wants to believe, but …

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Fox News’ “Justice” host Judge Jeanine Pirro excoriated President Obama for the deal his administration struck with the Iranian regime this week.

Pirro said she wanted to believe the president, especially since it was Holy Week, but “common sense tells you the decision to believe someone depends on prior experiences with them.”

“Given Benghazi and that despicable video, and [Obama promising that] you can keep your health care plan and your doctor, and there’s not a smidgen of corruption in the IRS, and Bowe Bergdahl served with honor and distinction,” the president’s words are tough to swallow, she said.

Watch Crowder go undercover to Muslim bakeries to order gay wedding cake.

Pirro compared Obama administration’s relationship with Iran to a new marriage that everyone warns will end badly.

“The difference is when this love story ends, our ex is going to have a nuclear bomb,” she said.

It may just be the worst divorce in the history of the world.

Related:

Obama hails his ‘historic’ Iran deal; Israel calls it ‘disconnected from reality.’

How weak is it? Iran deal so weak France wanted to hold out for something tougher.

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