Hillary Clinton Says Trump Is Losing Leverage On Iran, Dan Crenshaw Levels Her: ‘Wrong.’

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In a string of tweets, Hillary Clinton claimed the Trump Administration is losing leverage on Iran since pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal.

In part of her statement, Hillary said, “When the Trump administration threatened to pull out of the Iran deal and impose more sanctions last year, it was clear that we’d lose our leverage and Iran would be free to do what it wanted.”

She added, “Predictably, Iran is now exceeding enrichment limits the deal once imposed.”

Hillary went on to say that “diplomacy is still the only way for the administration to climb out of the hole they’ve dug.”

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) responded after seeing Hillary’s tweets and turned the tables to show that it was actually signing into the deal with Iran in the first place that caused the U.S. to lose leverage with Iran.

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In his reply to Hillary, Crenshaw said, “Wrong. The Iran Deal gave up our leverage and placed us in a weaker position down the road when the deal expired in 10-15 yrs.”

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“Reversing that mistake is a crucial step to regaining our leverage, and we do so by showing strength and resolve, not rewarding bad behavior,” he declared. See Below

Dan Crenshaw Responds To Hillary Clinton