Yesterday I urged you to find time to watch the President’s news conference. (And offered this relatively short take from Zbigniew Brzezinski, characterizing Israel’s Mr. Netanyahu as “not a serious person.”)
Jerry: “I rarely watch these things but once I started, couldn’t help but take in the entire hour’s press conference with great pride and admiration. We are indeed fortunate to have such a leader.”
Sara: “I so appreciated the link to the analysis by Zbigniew Brzezinski on the Iran deal.”
Really: there could be thunderstorms this weekend! If not, you could get sun poisoning! Or stung by something. Come inside for an hour and become a little bit expert in what the President’s team have worked more than a year, in cooperation with five other nations, to achieve.
Here‘s the British ambassador: the deal “makes the world a safer place.”
Here‘s Roger Cohen in the New York Times: “a remarkable American diplomatic achievement.”
It’s okay to be relieved. It’s okay to be enthusiastic. It’s okay to be proud.