Radio host Mark Levin on Tuesday credited Washington Free Beacon senior writer Adam Kredo for reporting on the contentions inside the Trump administration over the Iran nuclear deal.
“It was actually the Washington Free Beacon and Adam Kredo who broke this, not these other media outlets,” Levin said. “He points out that the firing of Tillerson follows months of infighting between the State Department and the White House over Tillerson’s efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal.”
Kredo reported that Tillerson’s departure followed an ongoing feud over the Iran deal, in which President Donald Trump demanded the agreement be fixed or scrapped. On Tuesday, he wrote:
The abrupt firing Tuesday of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson follows months of infighting between the State Department and White House over efforts by Tillerson to save the Iran nuclear deal and ignore President Donald Trump’s demands that the agreement be fixed or completely scrapped by the United States, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.
In the weeks leading up to Tillerson’s departure, he had been spearheading efforts to convince European allies to agree to a range of fixes to the nuclear deal that would …read more
Source:: Washington Free Beacon