Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer comes from an alternate universe where up is down.
In an interview that aired Sunday on New York’s AM 970 radio station, Chuck Schumer, said he wants President Trump to forge a tougher agreement with North Korea following his historic summit with Kim Jong Un in Singapore. At the same time, Chuck condemned former President Barack Obama’s “weak” Iran nuclear accord.
“I opposed the [Obama] deal. I didn’t think it was strong enough. I thought the inspection regime was weak,” Schumer told John Catsimatidis’ “The Cats Roundtable” program.
“I certainly want to see a stronger one in North Korea than the one that was proposed in Iran, where we depended on the European nations before we could inspect any new places. And I don’t trust the Europeans, particularly when it comes to Israel,” he continued.
However, Schumer, criticized Trump over his approach to negotiating with Kim because the U.S. “didn’t gain much” in last week’s talks, arguing Kim received international recognition and the prospect of relaxed economic sanctions.
“China said they’re going to reduce sanctions, and the president didn’t seem to mind. It was the sanctions that forced North Korea to the table,” Schumer said.
“I opposed the Iran agreement because I thought it wasn’t strong enough. Well, it seems that what we’re doing with North Korea is even weaker than what Obama did with Iran,” he added. “The beginnings are not auspicious.”
Schumer definitely has no idea what you’re talking about. Did Trump give North Korea billions of dollars? Trump didn’t give North Korea anything. But, unfortunately, no matter what the president does, Schumer is going to automatically go against him.
Obama didn’t even know what all the Iranians came up with. Iranians controlled the whole deal, and some it wasn’t it agreed upon and signed. Obama and Kerry lied to us about what was going on.
So, no one in the whole wide world could be any weaker than Obama. Barack Obama not only for failed to defuse the North Korea threat but also his agreement with Iran was fundamentally flawed.
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Natalie D. is an American conservative writer who writes for Supreme Insider and Conservative US, ! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to “stir up the pot,” and does not “pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do,” drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a “constitutional conservative”.