The president repeatedly swiveled his head as if he were addressing a large audience
Nothing quite sums up the fakeness of Obama's fake deal with Iran like delivering a speech full of lies about it... to a fake audience.
Obama used a seven-minute late-night TV speech to maximize the PR impact of his nuclear deal with Iran’s Islamist theocracy.
Throughout the speech, the president repeatedly swiveled his head as if he were addressing a large audience.
But there were only a few officials in the White House’s formal State Room as he read the speech from two teleprompters positioned to his left and right, according to the pool reporter.
“Good evening. Today, [swivel] the United States — together with our close [swivel] allies and partners — took an important [swivel] first step toward a comprehensive solution that addresses [swivel] our concerns with [swivel] the Islamic Republic of Iran’s [swivel] nuclear program,” he declared.
According to the pool report, “In the room as the president spoke: Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor for strategic Communications and speechwriting, and several NSC staff members.”
Too bad, Iran is even better at deception than Mr. Two Teleprompters and phony head swivel.