Haley: ‘The Iran Nuclear Deal Was Designed To Be Too Big to Fail’

‘For years, not just the United States, but our allies in Europe have overlooked Iranian ballistic missile launches, support for terrorists, and the oppression of the Iranian people in order to preserve the nuclear deal’

Haley: ‘The Iran Nuclear Deal Was Designed to Be Too Big to Fail’ (The Washington Free Beacon)

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley slammed the Iran nuclear deal Thursday night by saying it was "designed to be too big to fail."

Haley gave a lecture called "Confronting Today’s Global Governance Challenges" to an audience at Duke University, and she said the United States is entering a new era of leadership in dealing with Iran. She criticized the way the Obama administration negotiated the deal.

"The Iran nuclear deal was designed to be too big to fail. For years, not just the United States, but our allies in Europe have overlooked Iranian ballistic missile launches, support for terrorists, and the oppression of the Iranian people in order to preserve the nuclear deal," Haley said.

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