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Remember That Time When Obama Secretly Reached Out To Russia And Iran?

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Remember That Time When Obama Secretly Reached Out To Russia And Iran?

With the Democrats constantly making things up to try and nail against Trump, it seems like they’re always struggling to come up with new ideas.

I’ve already seen the Dems accuse him of two new things this week alone, and the week has only just begun.

One of the most recent accusations I’ve heard is that President Trump did wrong when he sent Rudy Giuliani over to Ukraine so that he could conduct an investigation and by doing so, the Dems say that he crossed some imaginary line that just doesn’t exist. They say that this is an “irregular channel”, but they seem to overlook that Obama did the same thing.

According to PJ Media,

They do have a strategy, but they prefer to appear indecisive. That’s because the strategy would likely provoke even greater criticism than the false confession of endless dithering.

The actual strategy is detente first, and then a full alliance with Iran throughout the Middle East and North Africa. It has been on display since before the beginning of the Obama administration. During his first presidential campaign in 2008, Mr. Obama used a secret back channel to Tehran to assure the mullahs that he was a friend of the Islamic Republic, and that they would be very happy with his policies. The secret channel was Ambassador William G. Miller, who served in Iran during the shah’s rule, as chief of staff for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and as ambassador to Ukraine. Ambassador Miller has confirmed to me his conversations with Iranian leaders during the 2008 campaign.

According to former Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, these are normal ways of communication, especially with countries that aren’t friendly with us per se. Even Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admitted that backchanneling is a long-standing practice.

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