5 times Democrats undermined Republican presidents with foreign governments but Sen. Tom Cotton is the bad guy.

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On Monday, 47 Republican senators led by Tom Cotton, R-Ark., released an “open letter” to Iran’s leaders noting that any deal the regime signs with President Obama without the approval of Congress could be revoked by a future president or changed by Congress. The White House went into a tizzy trying to portray the move as somehow “unprecedented” — a view that has found a friendly audience with the media.

Vice President Joe Biden claimed the letter “ignores two centuries of precedent and threatens to undermine the ability of any future American president, whether democrat or republican, to negotiate with other nations on behalf of the United States.” The New York Daily News featured an editorial blasting the letter on its front page, with photos of the senators and the bold-faced headline “TRAITORS.” A more muted NBC roundup called the move “extraordinary — if not unprecedented.” In reality…

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3 Responses to 5 times Democrats undermined Republican presidents with foreign governments but Sen. Tom Cotton is the bad guy.

  1. FX Phillips says:

    It is hilarious that the clear requirement that treaties, and this is a treaty regardless of what the lying rat regime wants to call it, be subjected to the clear constitutional requirement is an act of treason but making a deal that actually gives Iran the bomb is great statesmanship.

    Seems to me the treason label is clearly on head of those who are giving a criminal regime the werwithal to get the bomb and breaking the law while doing it.

    Rope. Lampost. Traitorous lying scumbags. Some assembly required.

  2. Pingback: 5 times Democrats undermined Republican presidents with foreign governments but Sen. Tom Cotton is the bad guy. | Grumpy Opinions

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