Krauthammer Explains Why Our Allies Are Terrified of Obama's Last Year
Our allies are "scared to death" of the last year of President Obama's administration because he's so weak-willed in foreign policy negotiations, Charles Krauthammer said on "Special Report" tonight.
"In every negotiation, you know that Obama is going to cede more and more ground," Krauthammer said.
He explained that Obama has appeared to reverse course on his position that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must go, much as he did with his red line on Syria's use of chemical weapons and in the nuclear agreement with Iran.
"They gave in on everything in the Iran negotiations," Krauthammer said. "With Obama, you're pushing against an open door."
He said that to get the best of Obama in any negotiation all one has to do is what Russian President Vladimir Putin, a supporter of al-Assad's regime, has done in Syria.
"Show resolve and don't move."
Watch more from the "Special Report" panel above.