'This Is Real Collusion': Gorka Blasts Kerry for Reported 'Shadow Diplomacy' to Save Iran Deal
Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka reacted Sunday to the "shadow diplomacy" in which John Kerry reportedly is engaging to try saving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
The former secretary of state is under fire over the report, which claims he sat down twice in recent months with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif to strategize in saving the deal.
"This is real collusion. When are FBI agents with guns drawn going to raid his house? ... Because this is the largest state-sponsored terrorism," Gorka said.
Gorka also defended former national security advisor Michael Flynn, whom Democrats accused of violating the Logan Act for his contact with Russia.
He said Kerry's reported actions won't have an effect on the president's decision to renew the agreement or withdraw by May 12.
.@SebGorka: "I just want to know now after this report came out about Kerry colluding - this is collusion, this is real collusion - when are FBI agents with guns drawn going to raid his house?" pic.twitter.com/Zfqf5dPfwJ
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President Trump has repeatedly expressed a desire to exit the agreement.
"Especially after [Israeli] Prime Minister [Benjamin] Netanyahu's briefing ... the deal is dead," Gorka said.
Netanyahu revealed intelligence last week that he said proved Iran was "brazenly lying" about its nuclear weapons program.
Netanyahu said the information shows Iran moved materials to a secret location, proving the country is not complying with the nuclear deal.
"At the end of the day, America is back under Donald Trump," Gorka said. "We've sent a very clear message to all these nations, and I am very happy when there are sleepless nights in Tehran."
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