Talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin argued on Thursday that President Obama must believe that the resignation of Yemen’s pro-American president is “swimmingly good” because Obama painted a rosy picture of foreign affairs during his State of the Union.
After remarking that officials within the administration are probably terming the events in Yemen a “fundamental transformation” and criticizing the administration for negotiating with Iran while trying to “kneecap” Benjamin Netanyahu, he remarked “Obama must want these things to happen, correct? I mean, let’s cut to the chase, he must want these things to happen ’cause they’re happening and he’s applauding the results cause he just gave his [State of the Union] speech and he said…things are just going swimmingly well, so he must think this is swimmingly good.”
Levin concluded, “if you want to know what’s going on in the Islamic world, you listen to the President of Egypt, you ignore our president.”
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