Trump blamed Obama for Iran's missile strike on a US base in Iraq by falsely claiming that the missiles were paid for by the Iran nuclear deal.
The game of chicken being played between Iran and the Trump administration continued Th on Tuesday as the Iranian foreign ministry in Tehran said there will be strong countermeasures taken if the United States continues to try to block its oil exports.
Trump tried to distract from his former lawyer Michael Cohen potentially flipping on him by repeating an unproven Fox News smear about Obama.
Yesterday new U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave a speech at the conservative Heritage Foundation setting forth the Trump Administration’s policies on Iran in the wake of their withdrawal from the nuclear deal that had been negotiated by the Obama Administration.
Foreign affairs is not an area of expertise for President Donald Trump, and his withdrawal of the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal is just the latest example. As Stimson Center arms control expert Michael Krepon aptly put it recently, “Diplomacy isn’t Trump’s strong suit. Trashing Barack Obama’s accomplishments is.”
This morning many people are wondering if the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, actually has a sense of humor. Historically, the Ayatollahs of Iran have not given the world much to laugh about, but that may have just changed.
At a joint photo-op with French president Macron, Donald Trump lost his temper in front of the world and threatened a new war in the Middle East if Iran restarts their nuclear program.
Trump is pushing the world closer to a nuclear showdown by killing the Iran nuclear deal for no other reason that it was accomplished by President Obama.
Paul Ryan dwells on the capture of 10 American sailors while ignoring their release, seeming to dismiss the possibility of peace with Iran
Netanyahu comes crawling to Washington for some foreign aid. Despite all the bluster, he knows who needs whom more in U.S.-Israeli relations
The two leading candidates for House speaker are mirror images and both will dutifully follow the Ted Cruz shut-down-the-government agenda
Iranian President Rouhani said tearing up an international agreement "is something that only the likes of Saddam Hussein would do."
While 162 Democrats stood with the president, 25 Democrats defected and sided with the Republicans in the House.
There is no low Republicans will not sink to when they are deprived of the opportunity to launch another baseless attack an innocent nation
The Israeli Prime Ministers speech to Congress backfired and pushed Democrats who were on the fence into siding with President Obama.
The pressure on Congress continues to mount as 340 Rabbis have become 440, and only the gang who gave us the Iraq War support an Iran War.
More and more groups have come forward to support the president. The latest is a group of 51 Christian leaders, who represent dozens of Christian denominations and organizations. In a letter to Congress, they voiced their support of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) as the best means of keeping nuclear weapons out of the hands of Iran.
The Republicans find themselves increasingly alone in opposing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal. Back on July 20, not only did the United Nations Security Council unanimously endorse the JCPOA, but we saw a “Statement by National Security Leaders on the Announcement of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action” signed by 60 national security leaders, from cabinet members to senators.