Bombshell book calls out Obama for his worst betrayal

Barack Obama’s two terms in office saw him work to undermine America on the world stage.

But one betrayal stood out above all the rest.

And now a new bombshell book is calling Obama out and no one can believe it.

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is the last person anyone expected to be critical of Obama.

But in his new book “Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from a Life in Intelligence,” Clapper blasts Obama for giving away too much in the Iran deal.

Clapper writes:

“When the final Iran nuclear deal—the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—was signed on July 14, I knew that Prime Minister (Benjamin) Netanyahu was probably furious, and truthfully, I, too, felt we had given away too much for what we’d gotten from Iran, but at the same time, I still believed the world had just become a lot safer. Iran regained access to their $100 billion or so that had been frozen by sanctions. In return, they shipped out all of their uranium that was enriched beyond the 3.67 percent mark that capped “low-enriched uranium,” and 15,000 pounds of their low-enriched uranium, leaving just 660 pounds to be used for nuclear power and medical research.”

The downside of the Iran deal was that it sunset in ten years, which would’ve allowed Iran to restart their nuclear program and acquire a weapon.

This is one of the chief reasons Donald Trump called the Iran deal the worst in history when he was campaigning for President.

As a candidate, Trump promised to tear up the deal.

And the President made good on his word when he announced last month that the United States was withdrawing from the agreement.

Obama and his defenders in the media protested, but even Obama’s own Director of National Intelligence thinks the deal was far too favorable to the Iranians.

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