Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said Saturday that, although he hasn’t seen all of the details of the prisoner swap, he thinks it “doesn’t sound too good.”
Trump, speaking at a rally in New Hampshire, said that the deal doesn’t sound good when you take into account the amount of money the United States is giving Iran.
According to the Hill, Trump said:
“I have to see what the deal is for the four people, because somebody said they’re getting seven people back,” Trump said at a rally in Portsmouth, N.H.“So essentially they get 150 billion plus seven, and we get four. Meh, doesn’t sound too good. Doesn’t sound too good.”
“This should have been three, four years ago when the deal was struck,” he said. “Before the deal was made, and this is the world’s longest deal, they should have said we want our prisoners back.”