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NBC Reporter ➠ Allies No Longer Trust US ➠ Fear Intel May Leak To Iran ➠ Video

NBC Reporter ➠ Allies No Longer Trust US ➠ Fear Intel May Leak to Iran ➠ Video

NBC Reporter: Allies No Longer Trust US – Fear Intel May Leak to Iran (Video)

The US military was totally taken by surprise when Saudi Arabia attacked Houthi rebels in Yemen this week.

NBC’s Richard Engel says Arab nations, and former allies, no longer trust the United States due to the Obama administration’s new friendship with Iran.

The damage of Barack Obama’s disastrous foreign policy builds with each new day.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

NBC’s Richard Engel reported Friday that U.S. officials were stunned they were not given any notice before Saudi Arabia launched attacks against Houthi rebels. According to Engel, military leaders were finding out about the developments on the Yemen border in real time.

 

Engel said officials from both the military and members of Congress believe they were not given advanced warning because the Arab nations do not trust the Obama administration after they befriended Iran.

 

“Saudi Arabia and other countries simply don’t trust the United States any more, don’t trust this administration, think the administration is working to befriend Iran to try to make a deal in Switzerland, and therefore didn’t feel the intelligence frankly would be secure. And I think that’s a situation that is quite troubling for U.S. foreign policy,” Engel said.

And, why would any US ally trust the Obama regime?
** The Obama administration intentionally leaked information on Israel’s secret military alliance with Azerbaijan in 2012.

** The Obama administration released a 1987 report on Israel’s top secret nuclear program this week.

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