Glazov Moment: Trump Ends Obama’s Evil Iran Deal

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In this new Jamie Glazov Moment, Jamie focuses on Trump Ends Obama’s Evil Iran Deal and he thanks the president for standing up for America, world peace and the Iranian people.

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5 thoughts on “Glazov Moment: Trump Ends Obama’s Evil Iran Deal”

  1. Iranian Americans should rally behind President Trump and let the world know that this is the way to get regime change.

    HRH Reza Pahlavi could be the focus of unity in a new, secular Iran.

  2. Jamie is being a bit imprecise with his use of language here. The UK, Germany, Canada, France (ahem), Republic of Korea, even Turkey (ugh) are all “allies” of the United States, as we are joined with them in alliances.

    I do not believe the USA has any alliance with Israel. As such, it cannot truly be considered an American ally. We do share certain value with Israel, values that all all too rare in this world, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. In the words of President John Adams, Americans are the friend of liberty everywhere, and so should be a a friend to the valiant state of Israel.

    1. “I do not believe the USA has any alliance with Israel.”

      Zionism was supported from the beginning by a large part of the American people even before the United States recognized Israel and became an ally.

      The alliance between the United States and Israel is a historical reality.

      1. “Israel remains America’s most reliable strategic partner in the Middle East, working to defeat common threats and supporting America’s regional and global policy objectives.”

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