Greta Van Susteren just did her first post-Fox News broadcast and she used it to lay into President Obama.
“Remember me?” she said to start her Facebook video, adding that she wants to continue doing the news and will continue to do so on Facebook video feed if the fans like it.
The former Fox News host focused her first webcast on President Obama’s response to North Korea’s fifth nuclear test earlier in the week.
“This is what President Obama is quoted as saying, ‘To be clear’ -he says – the United States does not and never will accept North Korea as a nuclear state,'” she said, repeating it again.
“Is he kidding? North Korea is a nuclear state.” she said. “They’ve had five nuclear tests. What does he think that is?”
“If President Obama doesn’t think they’re a nuclear state we are in far more dangerous territory than we ever dreamed,” she continued. “If North Korea figures out a way to create a nuclear bomb that can be delivered outside of the borders of North Korea there’s gonna be a threat to the world that’s unimaginable. Even a threat to us.”
Van Susteren then delivered a message straight to the president.
“President Obama, North Korea is a nuclear state. I don’t have the answers. I don’t know what to do. I didn’t ask to be president of the United States,” she said. “That’s the president’s job. And he better step up first by admitting the obvious. North Korea is a nuclear state.”
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