Sunday Talks: John Bolton -vs- Martha Raddatz on Iran Policy…

It is interesting to watch the Trump Cabinet debate the Obama Cabinet (U.S. media). In this interview between White House National Security Advisor John Bolton and ABC’s Martha Raddatz the central topic is Iran; the detailed conversation is deep weeds therein.

After Bolton presents the administration position and reasoning for exiting the deeply flawed, unsigned and unenforceable Obama Iran “deal” (not treaty), essentially a JCPOA pathway to the land of broken promises, Ambassador Bolton then reaches the part of the discussion where sanctions against European companies come back into play.  This is the best part.  WATCH:

Massive U.S. economic leverage, and the strategic application therein, is an aspect that drives the left-wing Iranian apologists bananas.  A weaponized $20 trillion U.S. economy is the unavoidable atomic sledgehammer at the foundation of the Trump Doctrine.  It is far more powerful than a military weapon and drops all nations to their knees in compliance.

Everything is about the economics. E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G. Every point of opposition; every forward MAGA policy; every initiative, including freedom; every move toward success; everything is about the economics.

Look at the immediate take-away published by Reuters.

There are trillions at stake.

Every issue surrounds those trillions.

All political ideology is only triumphed by threatened indulgences.

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164 Responses to Sunday Talks: John Bolton -vs- Martha Raddatz on Iran Policy…

  1. leon0112 says:

    Trump should go for a Peace Treaty with North Korea and submit it to the US Senate for ratification. He can say that Kim wants a ratified treaty after what happened to Libya and Iran.

    He should hold a meeting with the Senators on the Foreign Relations Committee before his meeting with Kim and ask what they would like to see in the Treaty. He should try his best to get all of the provisions that the Senators ask for. It is an opportunity to unite the country.

    If he successful in negotiating the treaty, he then presents it to the Senate for ratification. How many Democrats would vote in favor of peace negotiated by Trump? Making them vote on the treaty puts them between a rock and a hard place. Either they support Trump or they vote against peace.

    Either way the blue wave dies.

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