Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tonight fired back at President Barack Obama who suggested that Walker should “bone up on foreign policy.”

Obama’s remarks came after Walker said he’d revoke the nuclear weapons deal with Iran if he became president.

“It would be a foolish approach to take, and perhaps Mr. Walker, after he’s taken some time to bone up on foreign policy, will feel the same,” Obama told NPR.


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Walker noted that Obama called ISIS jayvee, touted Yemen as a success story, and had a secretary of state who gave Russia a reset button. Still, Walker remarked that Obama has the “audacity” to talk about schooling him on foreign policy.

“Why were the Iranians at the table in the first place? After nearly two decades of sanctions, they’re actually working. They’re not coming to the table out of the good nature of their hearts, trying to push for world peace; they’re coming to the table because they were being brought to their knees because of the sanctions of the United States and from our allies particularly in Europe,” Walker said.