Thursday, September 10, 2015

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz Rally Against Iran Deal IN DC Video

WATCH VIDEO Donald Trump and Ted Cruz Rally Against Iran Deal Donald Trump, Ted Cruz blast Iran deal at Tea Party rally

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Tea Party Republicans came together Wednesday to denounce a landmark foreign policy deal that is quickly becoming a major 2016 campaign issue: the Iran nuclear agreement.

 "We are led by very, very stupid people," Trump told several hundred Tea Party members gathered on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol, calling the Iran deal "incompetently" negotiated. Saying Iran will not honor its commitment to forgo nuclear weapons, Cruz told the crowd that the Iran deal represents "the single greatest national security threat facing America."

Cruz, a Texas senator, noted that the deal eliminates economic sanctions on Iran, providing it millions of dollars to finance terrorist activities, and effectively making the Obama administration "the world's largest financier of radical Islamic terrorism." Both Republican candidates made campaign pitches as part of their anti-agreement speeches. Trump pledged to negotiate better agreement on a variety of topics, from trade to foreign policy. “We will have so much winning if I get elected, that you may get bored with winning," the New York businessman said at one point.

For his part, Cruz, a senator from Texas, said "a new president" will confront Iran over its misbehavior. Obama and aides said the agreement — in which the U.S. and allies reduce sanctions as Iran gives up the means to make nuclear weapons — is the best way to prevent the Tehran regime from obtaining a nuclear arsenal.

White House officials said Cruz and other speakers at the rally are using false arguments to defame the agreement. Opponents "have gone to great lengths to derail this deal," said White House spokesman Eric Schultz. "They've done so by using many of the same arguments that date back to the 2002 decision to invade Iraq." The Tea Party rally came the same week that Obama secured enough congressional voters to block Republican attempts to void the Iran agreement. Trump, Cruz rally against Iran deal, Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Ted Cruz took to the steps of Capitol Hill on Wednesday, each using their trademark fiery rhetoric to slam President Barack Obama's proposed Iran nuclear deal.

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