Obama lackeys melt down in real time ahead of official Iran deal announcement

President Donald Trump will be making a much-anticipated announcement Tuesday afternoon about whether the U.S. will maintain the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal.

And with reports circulating that the president is planning to walk away from the disastrous pact, former President Obama’s flacks are out in force decrying the decision and declaring the end of humanity.

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Trump reportedly told France’s President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday that his administration plans to withdraw the United States from the Iran deal, according the The New York Times.

The left was in a tailspin over the imminent, formal announcement of Trump’s decision at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the White House.

Former Obama foreign policy advisor and speechwriter, Ben Rhodes, hammered the narrative on Twitter – even missing the irony of his own words.

Sounds like the many Democrats who oppose everything that Trump even breathes on.

The president has been critical from the beginning of the deal that put billions of dollars into the hands of a country known for its sponsorship of terrorism. The 2015 deal negotiated a waiver of U.S. sanctions – reviewed every three or four months –  as long as Iran remains in compliance with the deal limiting its nuclear weapons program.

And while the president has been warning Iran of breaking its end of the deal – actions already proven as seen in revelations from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – former secretary of state John Kerry has been secretly colluding with Iranian officials and others to salvage the deal he helped craft. Trump fired off a warning to Kerry ahead of Tuesday’s announcement.

Obama’s former ambassador to the U.N., Samantha Power, opined Trump’s upcoming announcement in a series of overdramatic tweets Tuesday.

Twitter users found the “exaggeration” of liberals almost amusing, but not really.

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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