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Sarah Palin says Obama sees nuke deal from ‘world full of sprinkly fairy dust blown from atop a unicorn’ as she hammers him for viewing Iran through ‘pink kaleidoscope’
- Sarah Palin showed up in Washington today saying the nuke deal wasn’t a done deal
- Former governor said the deal was a mistake as enormous as ‘Alaska’s Mt. McKinley,’ the peak Obama just renamed Denali
- She touted Donald Trump’s business credentials and said he could get 60 Senate votes needed to kill a bad deal
Sarah Palin blasted President Obama for living in a fantasy world on the controversial Iran deal, while saying a President Donald Trump could bring Republicans and Democrats together.
‘Only in an Orwellian Obama world full of sprinkly fairy dust blown from atop a unicorn as he’s peeking through a really pretty pink kaleidoscope would he ever see victory or safety of America or Israel in this treaty,’ Palin told a crowd gathered Wednesday in protest of the Iran deal on Capitol Hill.
She said she thought Trump, on the other hand, is a unifier who could cobble together 60 votes in the Senate, the number needed to kill a bad deal.
‘Donald Trump, he’s the master of the deal, he can get things done,’ she told reporters before she spoke. ‘And that’s part of the beauty of his campaign.’