Just one month before Pres. Donald J. Trump sat down with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, he scrapped a tragically flawed Obama-era deal with Iran. The rogue nation swindled ex-Pres. Obama out of more than $150 billion in cold hard taxpayer cash and kept its nuclear aspirations intact.
But now the radical Muslim nation that routinely proclaims “death to America” finds itself on the outside looking in. Iran’s extremist leaders and clerics are on the edge of their seats wondering what North Korea will get from a deal with Pres. Trump.
On this Fox Business Network posted on YouTube, host Stuart Varney discusses the implications of the North Korea summit with Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin. The New York congressman sits on the House Foreign Affairs Committee and has keen insights into the process.
On the other side of the aisle, Democrats are engaged in tired criticism that the Republican president didn’t get enough from the first meeting with Chairman Kim. Apparently, a signature on a letter of intent to complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula somehow falls short of American security interests.
From an insider’s position, Rep. Zeldin outlines true facts about the failed policies of the Obama Administration’s handling of Iran. But in Rep. Zeldin’s opinion, that may not be a bad thing as Pres. Trump grapples with Kim Jong Un.
Take a few moments to check out this Fox Business Network exclusive and find out how Obama’s Iran failures could prove valuable for Pres. Trump.