US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at UN headquarters in September. (AP/Craig Ruttle) (AP/Craig Ruttle)
Kerry and Zarif

The Obama administration appears to be admitting that the nuclear deal may have actually emboldened Iran and encouraged further belligerence.

While the Obama Administration was forceful in convincing the world that the nuclear deal with Iran was the best way to get Iran to cooperate, Israel was and continues to be opposed to the agreement because it knows that the Islamic Republic can never be trusted.

Just one year after the deal, the Obama administration is apparently beginning to realize it may have been wrong. Iran has increased its aggressive behavior, threatening to shoot down US planes, harassing sailors in the Persian Gulf, test-launching ballistic missiles and harboring al-Qaeda terrorists.

Listen to what the Obama administration admits.