Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly And Megyn Kelly Blast President Obama Over Iran Nuclear Deal

Bill O’Reilly and Megyn Kelly are — once again — angry at President Obama. Bill O’Reilly began his show Wednesday evening by talking about what he believes is a huge mistake.

“After reading the details of the nuke deal, I can tell you that Iran got the better of the negotiations. The undeniable fact is that the Iranians do not have to submit to snap inspections.”

O’Reilly notes that Iran can cheat if they want to and get away with it. Bill O’Reilly realizes that there are some Americans and the Israeli government who would oppose a nuke deal no matter what, but still thinks Barack Obama went about it the wrong way.

On her show, Megyn Kelly talked about a reporter who asked the President why the current hostages in Iran were not part of the negotiations. Kelly had media analyst Howard Kurtz speak in support of the journalist and said it was a valid question, even if Obama appeared thin-skinned. Kelly appeared to agree. She then had Senator Ted Cruz speak up about this issue.

“It was absolutely a fair issue and I’ll tell you what was nonsense — the President’s answer.”

Senator Cruz went on to tell Megyn Kelly that there are four American hostages in Iran held for their Christian faith and held for a journalist exercising his rights. He was very upset that President Obama and John Kerry, who celebrated the deal, did nothing to help those Americans who are being held in Iran.

Earlier this week, Megyn Kelly spared against undocumented immigrant journalist Jose Antonio Vargas over sanctuary cities. Despite the fact that San Francisco’s sanctuary policy allowed the murder of Kate Steinle, Vargas made Megyn Kelly angry by being more concerned about the fact that the sanctuary policy helps undocumented immigrants go to the police without being deported.

Bill O’Reilly has joined Megyn Kelly in the anger about the murder of Kate Steinle. As she was buried Monday, Bill O’Reilly took to his show to vent his anger.

“Imagine if Kate were your daughter and her life was taken by a despicable criminal who had been deported to Mexico five times. Just imagine that. I have the same feeling I had when I heard that nine innocent people were gunned down by a racist in Charleston.

Bill O’Reilly went on to note that like the racist shooting in Charleston, Kate’s murder should have never happened in the United States. Do you agree with Bill O’Reilly and Megyn Kelly about the Iran deal and San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy? Let us know in the comments section.

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