Rubio: - Reverse Iran deal on day one in office

Rubio: - Reverse Iran deal on day one in office
Just before Senate Democrats blocked a vote on the Obama Administration’s nuclear deal with Iran in September last year, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) spoke on the Senate floor about the repercussions of allowing the deal to stand and the threat it poses to America and its future generations.

"Iran is run by a supreme leader who is a radical Shia cleric with an apocalyptic view of the future, one that will result in a conflict between the Muslim world and the non-Muslim world," said, Rubio, and compared the Iranian regime to North Korea, where a madman possesses nuclear weapons which has made the country "untouchable".

In his speech, which he wanted to make for "history's purposes," he called for the new administration to reverse the Iran deal and reimpose sanctions on the country, on the very first day in office, which will happen if Donald Trump is elected, but not so much with Hillary Clinton, who is merely an extension of Obama.

Considering that Iran's motto is "Death to America," it is hard to disagree with Rubio, unless you blindly agree with anything the current administration does, regardless of how insanely stupid it is. To you: remember to vote on the 10th!

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