In reaction to Dana Perino's interview with former Secretary of State John Kerry, former Bush spokesman Ari Fleischer said on "Special Report" he was likely advising Iran on how to "wait out" the tenure of President Trump.

"I think everybody in the world is sitting around talking about waiting out President Trump," Kerry said to Perino. "You've got our allies, remarkably -- the people that we've worked with the closest through the years -- who are sitting there saying, 'What's next?'"

Fleischer said that when the Iran Deal was finalized, Republican lawmakers sent letters to Tehran warning them that the deal may only last through the end of the Obama administration, because it was not approved by Congress.


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"Legislators have a very different job than secretaries of state," he said. "I think he was giving Iran advice."

"Trump is really fixing things in the Middle East... If John Kerry is out giving advice to Iran about how to maneuver around what Donald Trump is doing, it's insidious."

Fleischer said that when the Iran deal was finalized, Republican lawmakers sent letters to Iran warning the country that the deal may not last after the end of the Obama administration, because Congress did not formally approve it.

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