Netanyahu isn't budging.
Since President Obama took office in 2009 with his big government domestic agenda and lead from behind foreign policy, many who lived through the days of President Jimmy Carter feel like they've been taken back to the mid 1970s and early 1980s.
Since the Iran nuclear deal was announced on Sunday, top Republicans and Democrats have blasted it, former Ambassador to the UN John Bolton called the deal an “abject surrender by the United States,” and one of our closest allies is “extremely angry,” to say the least. That ally, as you well know by now, is Israel.
This morning I had the chance to speak with Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) fresh off her trip to Israel, where she met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding the nuclear agreement with Iran that the latter has defined as a “very, very bad deal.”
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