AWW: John Kerry Is Upset That President Trump ‘Ruined’ The Iran Nuclear Deal

The Iran Deal was awful for America.

In fact, you could make an argument that opposing it was one of the things that helped Trump win the 2016 election.

Democrats don’t seem to understand this. John Kerry is even complaining that Trump ruined the deal as if that’s a bad thing.

Breitbart reports:

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John Kerry Complains Donald Trump Ruined Iran Deal

Former Secretary of State John Kerry complained Thursday that President Donald Trump was ruining everything he and former President Barack Obama achieved with the Iran deal.

“He put his disdain for anything done by the last administration ahead of his duty to keep the country safe,” Kerry wrote in a mournful 1,000 word op-ed for the New York Times. The former secretary of state is currently supporting former Vice President Joe Biden for president and campaigning for him in Iowa.

Kerry argued the Iran nuclear deal was working, but Trump threw it all away, which only empowered Iran’s Quds Force Commander Qasem Suleimani.

“There were no missile attacks on United States facilities. No ships were being detained or sabotaged in the Persian Gulf,” he wrote about the state of the Middle East under the deal. “There were no protesters breaching our embassy in Baghdad. Iraq welcomed our presence fighting ISIS.”

Kerry even said that although Suleimani was a “sworn” enemy of the United States, America benefited from his efforts to fight ISIS.

John Kerry is still as out of touch as ever before.

Democrats seem to care more about Obama’s legacy than what is best for America.

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