Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been a vocal critic of Obama’s suicidally-disastrous “Iran Deal,” and the two leaders had a strained relationship during the last eight years.
After President Trump decertified the Iran Deal on Friday, citing Iran’s frequent chanting of “Death of America and Israel,” Netanyahu immediately issued a statement showing his gratitude.
“I congratulate President Trump for his courageous decision. He boldly confronted Iran’s terrorist regime,” said Prime Minister Netanyahu, whose country faces imminent danger from a nuclear Iran.
Netanyahu took a veiled shot at Obama, who brokered the deal, saying, “President Trump has just created an opportunity to fix this bad deal, to roll back Iran’s aggression and to confront its criminal support of terrorism.”
“If the Iran deal is left unchanged, one thing is absolutely certain: In a few years time, the world’s foremost terrorist regime will have an arsenal of nuclear weapons,” said the Israeli PM.
Thankfully, America has a strong leader again, and countries like Iran and North Korea, who threaten the U.S. and our allies, are starting to realize that they’re no longer dealing with Obama’s weak foreign policy.