'A Strongly Worded Letter? Really?!' Guilfoyle Rips Obama's Russia Response
News broke last night on The Kelly File when the U.S. accused Russia of violating the landmark 1987 I.N.F. treaty by testing an intermediate range nuclear force missile. President Obama reportedly informed Putin of the violation in a letter, with officials saying this has been going on since 2008.
It comes after the release of new satellite images that appear to provide the clearest evidence to-date that Russia is directly attacking Ukraine. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey says the armed forces are dusting off military plans which date back to the Cold War.
Mike Huckabee then likened Putin to a teenage boy who doesn't believe there will be any actual consequences for his actions and "doesn't care" what Obama says. He argued that Putin is testing Obama to see how far he can go.
Kimberly Guilfoyle agreed this afternoon on Outnumbered, calling out the president for another tepid response to Russia's aggressive actions.
"A strongly worded letter? Really? Let's be realistic here about outcomes," she said, likening it to a "guard dog with no teeth."
Guilfoyle echoed an earlier comment by Dr. Keith Ablow, with both agreeing that President Obama believes deep down that American power should be "throttled back."
Ablow said he's "certain that in his heart and soul [Obama] feels that America has been to the detriment of the world, generally."
Watch the full debate above.