June 13, 2014

Obama Expects Iran to Bail Him Out

Con Coughlin, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

If the Iranians can help to provide a similar outcome in Iraq, then America's many decades of hegemony in the Middle East can truly be said to be at an end, with all the implications that will have for America's influence on the world stage.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Iran, Iraq, Middle East

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