John Bolton told Megyn Kelly last night that he isn’t worried about Obama sending secret letters to the leaders of other countries. That, he argues, is the diplomatic process presidents use and he points out we shouldn’t get hung up on that ‘process’.
No, what bothers Bolton is Obama negotiating with Iran to get a nuclear deal, something he calls a policy of appeasement. He compared Obama to Neville Chamberlain and said Obama is desperate for that piece of paper, that agreement he can waive in the air and tell the world that Iran’s nuclear program is no longer a threat.
Bolton goes on to explain to Megyn Kelly why he feels this way and why Iran can’t be trusted.