This is what the AP and Yahoo are reporting. Trump abandoned the Iran deal, not because it was a bad deal, but because he wanted to spite the former President.
In the May 2018 cable published by the Mail on Sunday, U.K. Ambassador Kim Darroch called Trump’s decision to abandon the international accord “an act of diplomatic vandalism, seemingly for ideological and personality reasons” because the pact "was Obama’s deal."
Darroch wrote the memo after then-Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visited Washington in a failed attempt to persuade the United States not to abandon the 2015 nuclear agreement.
He alleged the White House had no strategy for what would come after its withdrawal and "no sort of plan for reaching out to partners and allies."
Do you guys believe this was true? I mean, Trump doesn’t really have a plan with Iran, and we saw increased problems that country, shortly after the pull out.
Maybe Obama should have worked harder to get along with both sides of congress instead of telling the GOP to shut up and get in the back of the bus.
Maybe he should have spent more time creating bridges instead of tell the GOP if you won’t do what I want I’ll go around you. I have a pen and a phone.
Maybe you should open your eyes and realize that Obama really was a divider. Who didn’t like it when he didn’t get his own way.
Everyone seem to forget on the night of his inauguration, GOP leaders met at the Caucus Room restaurant(I use to walk by there everyday from the Metro to the Hoover building) and pretty much took a blood oath to make him a one term president and be against everything even if it benefited the country. For those in the know here in the DC area, that ■■■■ happened. So I yeah, and I by know means was a hardcore Obama supporter because I disagreed with many things, BUT you’re right they NEVER wanted to work with him. Hell even democrats started taking him to task every time he tried to reached across the aisle. They knew that current GOP wasn’t going to do nothing with or for him.