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Guess Who Obama Hosted at the White House? Hint, He's a Terrorist Connected to the Recent U.S. Embassy Attack

(AP Photo/Larry Downing, Pool)

It turns out $400 million in cash, delivered by an unmarked plane in the middle of the night on palettes and a nuclear deal that eventually leads to a bomb, aren't the only things President Obama gave to the murderous Iranian regime during his tenure in the White House. 


Earlier this week Iranian backed militia leader Hadi Al-Amiri, who is also an Iraqi government official, participated in the attack against the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. 

More on Amiri's role from the Jerusalem Post

Hadi al-Amir, head of the Fatah Alliance, the second-largest political party in Iraq, and leader of the paramilitary Badr Organization, is one of Iraq’s most powerful men.

When pro-Iranian protesters and members of the PMU in fatigues attacked the US Embassy on Tuesday and Wednesday, it was Amiri that paved the way for them to the Green Zone.

Pompeo has now put him on notice that the US knows that Amiri and the Fatah Alliance are part of Iran’s proxy network in Iraq.

And the Associated Press

Some commanders of militia factions loyal to Iran joined the protesters outside the embassy in a strikingly bold move. Among them was Qais al-Khizali, the head of one of the most powerful Iranian-backed Shiite militias in Iraq who is on a U.S. terror list, and Hadi al-Amiri, the head of the state-sanctioned paramilitary Popular Mobilization Units, the umbrella group for the Iran-backed militias.


In 2011, Al-Amiri visited the White House. Not only that, he made it into the Oval Office. 

Meanwhile, Obama's pro-Iran echo chamber has been criticizing the Trump adminsitration's maximum pressure campaign against the regime and is all but blaming the United States for the recent embassy attack in Baghdad.

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