President Obama hit Republicans hard on CNN when he explained why his comparison to the GOP Iran deal opposition to the extremists who shout death to America is factually correct.
While campaigning in Iowa, Hillary Clinton slammed Mike Huckabee for his Holocaust comments that were offensive to every American and over the line.
During his press conference on the Iran deal, President Obama annihilated Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Congressional Republican talking points by calling them out for supporting military action against Iran.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) lost his mind after President Obama's announcement of a landmark deal with Iran, saying "We will do everything we can to stop" a bad deal that paves the way to a nuclear Iran.
President Obama didn't just threaten to veto the disapproval resolution of the Iran deal that the Republican-led Congress is likely to pass. The President vowed to veto ANY attempts by Republicans to block the deal that will prevent Iran from developing their own nuclear weapons.
Cotton's tactics served to force some wayward Democrats back to their side of the aisle and kill a needed win for Rubio, as well as Cruz, though let's face it, hardly anyone in the Republican Party is rooting for Ted Cruz.
Liberal groups Credo, Daily Kos, Democracy for America, MoveOn.org Political Action and USAction sent a letter to Senate Democratic leadership warning them that they will be held accountable if they vote to help Republicans kill the deal on Iran's nuclear program.