It’s definitely right up there:
From Bloomberg Politics:
As negotiations with Iran enter the closing phase, President Barack Obama said he’s still prepared to walk away from the talks if the Islamic Republic can’t meet the terms set out by the U.S. and its partners.
The “deep-seated” distrust between the U.S. and Iran won’t dissipate quickly and the negotiators for the major powers in discussions with Iran will insist that any agreement to cut off Iran’s path to gaining a nuclear weapon must be verifiable, Obama said at a White House news conference with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.
“I will walk away from the negotiations if in fact it’s a bad deal,” he said. “Given past behavior on the part of Iran, that simply can’t be a declaration by Iran and a few inspectors wandering around every once in a while.”
Does anyone actually believe he’ll stick to that vow? Like, seriously?
Hmmm … maybe he just misspoke:
Ah. Yeah, that sounds more accurate.
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