NRA's Dana Loesch calls the Iran deal negotiated by Obama a "fist bump" agreement

NRA's Dana Loesch calls the Iran deal negotiated by Obama a "fist bump" agreement


From the May 10 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Dana, just look at what the president and his new foreign policy team have been able to do in the last week. They ripped up the Iran deal, which, it shouldn't be surprising because he said he was going to do it. He went ahead and the American hostages were released from North Korea in a good faith issue and gesture on the part of Kim Jong Un. And then on Monday, the U.S. Embassy is going to open in Jerusalem. A number of presidents have promised Israel "Yep, when I'm president I'm going to do it." They never did. He did it. And that's all in one week. 


DANA LOESCH (NRA SPOKESPERSON): This is a huge, great week for foreign policy, and I think that it shows America's foreign policy, we have an administration that has some strength. We have an administration that's going to follow through on what it promises, and that's exactly what we're seeing here. We also have an administration that understands the process of getting things done in our constitutional republic. If you want a fist bump acknowledged as something more serious than a fist bump, take it through the Senate and get it ratified. We didn't see that with the previous administration. This is good, who can be mad at this?


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Dana Loesch, Steve Doocy
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Attacks on Barack Obama
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