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After the dust settles: John Kerry predicts Iran deal approval will be 90 percent by 2017

By Doug Powers  •  September 5, 2015 05:56 AM

**Written by Doug Powers


John Kerry, master of the oversell:

In an interview with The Huffington Post on Thursday, Kerry argued that domestic perceptions of the deal — and by extension its political well-being — would dramatically improve over time. And not just incrementally. The secretary of state predicted the country “will be 90 percent supportive” of the deal once the next president takes office, making it impossible for him or her to rip it up, as virtually every Republican candidate has promised to do.

“I cannot see a president willfully taking the United Nations, five other nations who supported us in this negotiation and saying, ‘Sorry, we’re just going to walk away from this and create a more dangerous situation in the Middle East.’ I just don’t see that happening,” Kerry said, calling it “absurd” that a candidate would pull off such a move.

Kerry’s got his work cut out for him if he’s going to make his Iran deal prediction a reality:

Heck, even the people Kerry made the deal with don’t approve of the deal:

The Obama administration claims that’s just political rhetoric intended to sway a domestic audience, like when the Ayatollah leads “death to America and Israel” rallies.

**Written by Doug Powers

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