Steyn: Obama 'Sees America as the Problem on the World Stage'
On "Hannity" tonight, Mark Steyn slammed the Iranian nuclear deal, arguing that it's worse than the Munich agreement that preceded World War II.
Steyn said he thinks what President Barack Obama did is "significantly worse" than what former British prime minister Neville Chamberlain did in 1938. He also stated that he doesn't think the president was negotiating on behalf of the United States.
"I think what happened at these talks is that he and the Iranians were in a sense negotiating together to anoint Iran as the regional power in the Middle East and to facilitate Iran’s re-entry, the biggest planetary sponsor of terrorism, to facilitate its re-entry into the global community," Steyn said. "That's what Obama was there doing."
He also said that Obama's "Marxist world view" blinded him during the negotiations.
"The horrors of what Germany did were not known to Neville Chamberlain, and in a sense the appeasers of the 1930s did so because of the horrors of the First World War and ‘The Lost Generation,’ and they didn’t want that to happen again," Steyn explained. "It’s because we know they got it wrong that history won’t give us the same opt-out card, because we should have known better, because it had happened before."
"And I think what Obama gets here – I think it does come back to his classic Marxist world view, in which he sees America as the problem on the world stage."
Watch the video above to hear more from Steyn on "Hannity."
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