Obama Official Says Iran ‘Has Shown More Credibility’ Than The White House


Thomas Countryman, a former Obama official who worked on the Iran nuclear deal, stated that Iran has “shown more credibility and more consistency with international law” than the current administration Tuesday on CNN.


“The Trump administration has laid out no plan for how credible negotiations could take place with Iran. What they are doing, whatever the president decides today, would be the first of seven states that signed the agreement to be in violation of the agreement. It’s incredible that Iran has shown more credibility and more consistency with international law than the White House is showing,” said Countryman.


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  1. Hillary’s tweets:
    Pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal is a big mistake. It makes America less safe and less trusted. Iran is now more dangerous. What’s plan B? Anyone who thinks bombing is the answer is woefully misinformed.
    As Secretary of State, I helped negotiate the crippling international sanctions that brought Iran to the table. It would be much harder a second time, now that our credibility is shot.
    It will also be harder to deal with other threats like ballistic missiles and terrorism. Now we have no leverage and Iran is free to do what it wants.

    • The reason why those 4 Americans were slaughtered like sheep in Benghazi is because of a spontaneous uprising after an evil white male put out a video which was insulting to Muslims. Hillary was correct.

  2. And Obama is certainly an authority on credibility! I guess all the murders in Syria don’t matter etc so ty mr obummer for your opinion

  3. The hatred that Obama has for the United States of America is appalling. This ingrate should take that wife of his and move to a more moral country, like Cuba.

  4. Mr Countryman – you should change your name to Iranianman and move to Tehran maybe tgether with your President Obama and Kerry.

    America will be better off


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