"Look, I supported his domestic policy. I liked him on Supreme Court appointments. But he created a terrible conflict for people, many like me liberal Democrats who support his domestic policy, but think he was an appalling – appalling – president when it came to foreign policy. He hurt America so badly."
Clapper and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter sent a letter to the White House last month calling for the removal of National Security Administration Director Adm. Michael Rogers, according to the Washington Post. In response, Chairman Devin Nunes issued a letter demanding that Clapper and Carter appear before his committee to offer an explanation.
He said that Palestinian security services have noticed increased efforts on the part of the Iran-financed Islamic Jihad terrorist organization in Gaza to recruit West Bank operatives, especially in and around the cities of Hebron and Jenin.
The White House claims these changes to the JCPOA were not kept secret from Congress, but at least one prominent critic of the nuclear deal, Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who is a senior member of the Foreign Relations Committee, told Reuters he was "not aware" of the exemptions, and was never briefed on them.
In the couple-odd days since the Wall Street Journalrevealed that the Obama administration laundered cash in order to bring off a Guido-at-the-docks ransom drop for American prisoners in Iran, Team Obama has been earnestly (so shoot me) denying that the ransom payment was any such thing.
In 2010, Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi, a senior Iranian cleric, said women who wear revealing clothing and behave promiscuously are to be blamed for earthquakes. "Many women who do not dress modestly … lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes," he said.
Once the State Department had been called out, they offered yet another lie, calling the white-flash edit a glitch and restored the missing piece to the official website. Rosen noted that it has not been restored on the department's YouTube channel.
A top aide to Kerry told The Times that the Secretary told Zarif, who was reportedly concerned about the nuclear deal falling apart, "if we are able to do this in the right way, we can make this into what will be a good story for both of us."
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