Dr. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump, believes that the Trump administration on Wednesday sent a "deadly clear" message to our adversaries.

He explained on "Hannity" tonight that White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn "putting Iran on notice" shows that there has been a significant shift from the policies of the Obama administration.

"We don’t have a national security team made up of 28-year-old grad school students who have degrees in fictional writing. We have a very serious national security team,"  Gorka said.

"We sent a very clear message," Gorka said. "We recognize that Iran is not just another country. It's not Belgium, it's not Trinidad and Tobago. It is a state sponsor of terrorism that is destabilizing the region."

"We have to send a message, and I think the message was sent."

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