On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Wednesday, host Mark Levin called out the “pom-pom boys and Rockettes” on the right and the “pro-North Korea, anti-Trump crowd” on the left for not acknowledging that there is no North Korea deal yet and noted that a future deal “will be different” than the Iran deal because it will be “presented as a treaty.”
“All these issues are to be presented in the form of a treaty,” said Mark Levin. “So, this entire process will be different than the Iran process.”
Mark Levin’s remarks came after President Donald Trump, in an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, explained that he wants the North Korea deal “to be approved by Congress because otherwise it really doesn’t mean very much.”
Below is a transcript of Levin’s comments from his show Wednesday:
Mark Levin: “Now, the treaty process, and all the questions being raised about verification, all that stuff, has to be presented. What exactly are we talking about? What weapons are we talking about? What delivery systems are we talking about? What kind of verification is there? What kind of inspections are there?
“All these issues are to be presented in the form of a treaty. So, this entire process will be different than the Iran process.
“Here’s how I know.
“Cut seven, Donald Trump talking to Sean Hannity on Fox TV last night, go.”
President Donald Trump: “I will say, speaking of the Iran deal, since we got out of that deal – and we could do it very easily because they never had it approved by Congress, it was just President Obama—”
Sean Hannity: “This must be approved by Congress?”
President Trump: “I want it to be approved by Congress because otherwise it really doesn’t mean very much. I want it— I would think anybody would want it approved by Congress.”
“How come nobody’s mentioning this?
“All the pom-pom boys and Rockettes who are saying this is the greatest deal since sliced bread, there is no deal. All the pro-North Korea, anti-Trump crowd on the left, or is it the anti-North Korea, antir-Trump crowd on the left – we can never tell – why are they saying this is the worst deal ever? There is no deal.
“The president of the United States has said himself, when this thing is negotiated, it will be presented as a treaty.”