Liz Cheney Slams Obama: He’s Done Everything In His Power to Lose Iraq

Liz Cheney

Has President Obama been doing everything he can to lose in the Middle East?  Sure seems that way.

Appearing on America’s Newsroom this morning, Fox News contributor Liz Cheney went off on President Obama for trying “to do everything in his power to lose” Iraq – a war former president George W. Bush and her father, former vice-president Dick Cheney, had effectively won.

Cheney claimed that Obama wasn’t simply content with losing the Iraq War either, but has proceeded to erase all of the gains made during the Cold War with Russia, by ceding power and bowing down to Russian president Vladimir Putin.

As the Gateway Pundit explains it, “Barack Obama will be remembered for his trail of destruction, pain, and suffering.”

That is a cringeworthy foreign policy legacy, to say the least.

Watch Cheney’s verbal take down of the President …

Cheney:  When he came into office, when he took the oath of office in January 2009, the War in Iraq had essentially been won. He has now proceeded over the last seven years to do everything in his power to lose it.

You can look at his policy in respect to Russia and Putin. You know, the Cold War had also been won when he came into office and as a result of his policies now over the last seven years he seems to be doing everything possible to erase those gains as well and to assist as Putin attempts to restore his power and standing.

Cheney was responding to recent comments by the President in which he mocked Republican candidates for not being able to stand up to Putin.

“Mocking the Republicans for dealing with Putin is pretty rich coming from somebody who has the track record he does,” Cheney said.

Comment: Is Obama doing everything he can to lose everything the United States has gained in Iraq and with relations to Russia?  How and why do you think so?

Rusty Weiss has been covering politics for over 15 years. His writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, Fox... More about Rusty Weiss

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