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Scott Walker Pledges to Terminate Iran Deal Immediately as President

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By    |   Saturday, 08 Aug 2015 10:00 PM

Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker pledged to cheering conservatives in Georgia on Saturday that he would terminate the Iran deal "immediately" if he is elected to the White House next year.

"Iran is not a place that we should be doing business with," the Wisconsin governor said to applause at the RedState Gathering in Atlanta. "If I am your president, I will terminate the deal with Iran on the very first day in office, reinstate the sanctions, put in place even more crippling sanctions and convince our allies to do the same.

"Iran is not a place that we should be doing business with," Walker said.

He was among nine presidential candidates speaking at the two-day event, which ended Saturday.

The conservative confab took an acrimonious turn late Friday when its organizer, RedState editor-in-chief Erick Erickson, dumped Donald Trump from its closing event on Saturday over negative attacks on Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.

Trump had slammed Kelly, along with anchors Bret Baier and Chris Wallace, for their questioning of the billionaire businessman during Thursday's GOP debate.

He accused the three of "having an agenda" and blasted Kelly as a "lightweight." Kelly had specifically asked Trump about previous disparaging comments about women.

"You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes," he told CNN on Friday. "Blood coming out of her — wherever."

Walker denounced Trump's comments and called on Republicans to unite against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama.

Here's what he said on Twitter:



"Sadly, under the Obama-Clinton doctrine, America is leading from behind — and that has us headed toward disaster," Walker told the RedState event. "We've got a president who drew a line in the sand and allowed it to be crossed. A president who called ISIS a 'J-V squad.' Yemen a success story — and Iran, Iran, a place we can do business with."

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