Barack Obama Calls Opponents of His Iran Nuke Deal: “The Crazies”

He’s a uniter.
Barack Obama hurled another personal attack at those Republicans and Democrats who oppose his nuclear agreement with the Iranian mullahs.

Obama called opponents “the crazies” during a fundraiser in Las Vegas on Monday.

The deal will allow the terrorist regime to inspect its own Parchin nuclear weapons research site, conduct uranium enrichment, build advanced centrifuges and buy ballistic missiles.

Republican lawmakers and top Jewish Democrats strongly oppose Obama’s plan that rewards the Iranian regime with over one-hundred billion dollars.
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Seven Jewish lawmakers oppose Obama’s deal so far. 12 are undecided.

The Daily Caller reported:

Fresh off of a two-week vacation in Martha’s Vineyard, President Barack Obama went on the offensive Monday against opponents of his Iran nuclear deal during a fundraiser in Las Vegas for the Democrat tapped to run for Nevada Sen. Harry Reid’s seat next year.

Telling of his limo ride to the event with Reid, Obama said he and the Senate minority leader “were doing a little reminiscing and then figuring out how we’re going to deal with the crazies in terms of managing some problems.”

According to Politico, the “crazies” Obama was referring to are the opponents of the administration’s plan to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. That opposition group includes mostly Republicans, but also several key Democrats, such as New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, who has been tapped to replace Reid as the top Democrat in the Senate.

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