Obama had an internationally agreed upon agreement with Iran curbing nuclear power. The GOP literally had to fight democracy, diplomacy and America's National Security to get to the point where they removed a deal and put in place no deal with constant bullying of Iran in an attempt to get it to react.
Trump Pulls Out of the Iran Nuclear Deal | The Daily Show
President Trump withdraws from the landmark Iran nuclear deal, alienating key U.S. allies and possibly destabilizing the Middle East.
A complete debunking on Trumps and the rights anti-diplomatic and pro-war argument on Iran;
Iran Deal: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
Donald Trump could soon dismantle the agreement designed to curb the Iranian nuclear program. Our catheter cowboy will do his best to keep that from happening.
Instead of diplomacy, the GOP uses bullying and intimidation;
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How GOP have been trying to pick a fight with Iran through bullying;
Another example: Here Pompeo blames Iran on Obama despite the fact that Obama had an internationally agreed upon agreement with Iran curbing nuclear power. The GOP literally had to fight democracy, diplomacy and America's National Security to get to the point where they removed a deal and put in place no deal with constant bullying of Iran in an attempt to get it to react.
Media Matters: Secretary Pompeo joins Fox & Friends to hype Iran as a threat to America and blame it on Obama Pompeo: The Obama administration gave Iran "the ability to put the terror team in place that we're seeing today, the very terror threat that we're facing"
Maddow: Rice: Risks likely outweigh benefits of killing Qassem Soleimani - Susan Rice, former U.S. national security advisor, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether the U.S. is likely safer and more secure with Qassem Soleimani dead or to have left him alive and dealt with him another way.
Asymmetry of Iranian attacks makes defense difficult to plan for - Susan Rice, former U.S. national security advisor, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether the U.S is already at war in Iran and whether the Trump administration is doing enough to raise defenses against a threatened retaliatory attack.
US servicemembers abroad at increased risk after Trump Iran attack - Rachel Maddow notes that there are thousands of American servicemembers within reach of the influence of Iran whose lives are at increased risk after Donald Trump's provocative killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. Jan. 3, 2020
Iran's past suggests range of potential threats to US interests - Rachel Maddow looks at how Iran has expressed aggression toward the U.S. and U.S. interests in the past as a way of framing what Americans might expect in terms of the new threat provoked by Donald Trump, not the least of which is extensive cyber capabilities.
Repercussions of Soleimani killing grow as retaliation threat looms - As the U.S. prepares to deal with the fallout in the wake of Soleimani's death, Ambassador Wendy Sherman and Former Deputy National Security Advisor to George W Bush Juan Zarate join Andrea Mitchell to discuss where things go from here. Amb. Sherman also pushes back on Secretary Mike Pompeo blaming the Obama administration for the situation in Iran, with Sherman arguing that Obama successfully pursued a diplomatic approach to Iran through negotiating the nuclear deal.