In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly said that it seems President Barack Obama has a "trust deficit," which "makes negotiating anything much harder for the United States."

O'Reilly cited a recent Fox News poll that found 54 percent of voters wouldn't describe Obama as "honest," while 43 percent would and 3 percent are unsure. 

He added that about one-third of registered Republican voters said that Obama is more of an "imminent threat to America than Putin." 

"The mullahs in Iran are well aware that Barack Obama is a weakened president," he said. "The trust factor is going against him."

"The Factor" host said that "another foreign policy failure will erode the president's standing even further."

"There's deep suspicion among many Americans that any deal with Iran will be bad for us," he stated. "No matter what Secretary of State John Kerry brings back, that suspicion will remain."

O'Reilly said that when Obama was first elected president, many people felt that he would bring creative solutions to the problems plaguing the world. 

"Instead, President Obama has tried to impose an ideological agenda," he stated. "That has alienated Republicans and brought the nation into political conflict."

Watch the Talking Points Memo above.

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