Iran has been continually in violation of U.N. sanctions, they’ve taken U.S. sailors into custody and used photos and video of them for propaganda purposes, and the Ayatollah Khamenei recently said he prefers missiles over negotiations.

In spite of all that, President Obama’s still talking up the foreign policy “legacy” that is his administration’s nuke deal with Iran, this time at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC:

The “deal” really sounds like it’s taken away all avenues for Iran to develop a nuke … in the next few months anyway:

It would take them a year to make a nuke if they “cheat”? That’s, um, good news.

If you think about it, that’s 364 days before we even need to start to worry about it! Obama’s legacy would be sealed, but the next president’s, not so much:

If the Obama administration’s rhetoric about the Iran deal sounds familiar, it should: