Talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin argued that the proposed Iran deal is “about his [Obama’s] legacy” on Wednesday.
“We all know it’s about his legacy” Levin said of the negotiations with Iran, after playing a clip of the president saying earlier that extending negotiations past March 31st wouldn’t be “useful.” Levin continued, “if this is such a great deal, run it by Congress, run it by the Senate, that’s what the Constitution calls for. This is the second deadline that’s passed.”
Levin concluded “Obama and Kerry, John Kerry — they are desperate for a deal. They think this is legacy-making…and if something goes wrong, they’ll blame it on the next administration.”
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