House GOP demands testimony from White House aide on Iran deal - The Hill

House Republicans are pressing top White House adviser Ben Rhodes to testify on Capitol Hill following controversial comments he made about the Obama administration's marketing of the nuclear deal with Iran. Republican leaders of the House Oversight ...

House Republicans Want Answers From Obama Aide on Iran Deal Comments - Newsmax

Days after making controversial comments about the Iran nuclear deal, President Barack Obama's deputy national security advisor is being asked to testify in front of Congress about the matter. Ben Rhodes said in a recent New York Times Magazine profile ...

Ryan calls for toughness as Iran deal starts to 'unravel' - The Hill

The Obama administration's landmark nuclear deal with Iran is "starting to unravel" and needs to be quickly supplemented with tough U.S. action, House Speaker Paul Ryan Paul RyanUnderdog candidates try to stand out in high-profile GA special election ...

White House Won't Say Senior Officials Did Not Lie About Iran Nuclear Deal - Breitbart News

The White House appears unwilling to say that senior administration officials did not publicly lie to the public when trying to sell the Iran nuclear deal. “Can you state categorically that no senior official in this administration has ever lied ...

House Committee Calls on Ben Rhodes to Testify About Iran Deal Account - Washington Free Beacon

Republican lawmakers are ordering Ben Rhodes, the assistant secretary of defense for strategic communications, to testify before the House after he insinuated that the Obama administration misled the public during debate over the Iran nuclear agreement.

As Boyish Ben Rhodes Drops Truth Bombs, Obama's Media Mask Crumbles - Observer

Across the country, wherever people gather to talk national security, the hot topic for days now has been the New York Times Magazine's big interview with Ben Rhodes, President Obama's foreign policy guru-cum-salesman. Especially inside the Beltway, Mr.

Obama's 'compadres' in the press still serving as his King's Guard - Washington Times

Every once in a while, some liberal will drop the left-wing code of omerta and blurt out exactly what their organized deception syndicate is up to. In the latest spasm of inadvertent truth-telling, President Obama's deputy national security adviser Ben ...

What That Ben Rhodes Profile Really Tells Us About the Iran Deal - Forward

It's hard to know whose face was more red — White House foreign policy wunderkind Ben Rhodes or Jake Silverstein, the editor of The New York Times Magazine — in the days following publication of the magazine's embarrassingly frank May 8 profile of ...

House committee wants White House aide to testify over Iran comments - CNN

Washington (CNN) House Republicans are asking a White House aide thrust into controversy to testify after he suggested the Obama administration misrepresented the Iran deal to sell it to the public. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chair of the House Oversight ...

Rubio Fires At Rhodes, Says He's Concerned About Foreign Policy Being Written Like A Novel - Daily Caller

GOP Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday he's concerned about National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes treating foreign policy as if it were a novel, instead of focusing on long-term strategic interests. Responding to a topic that's grabbed the attention of the ...

The Colossus and Ben Rhodes - The American Conservative

I was fascinated to read the now-infamous New York Times Magazine piece by David Samuels about Ben Rhodes and the Obama Administration's foreign policy, with special emphasis on the selling of the Iran deal. If you haven't read it already, you really ...

Rhodes Is Right About 'The Blob' - The National Interest Online (blog)

If you thought President Barack Obama's lengthy exposé with the Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg last month was one of the more candid interviews by a sitting public official, then you clearly missed David Samuels' profile of Ben Rhodes in the New York ...

Times Article on Ben Rhodes Exposes White House Contempt for the Press and Public - Accuracy In Media

A recent article by David Samuels for the New York Times Magazine demonstrates how President Obama and his Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes have been exploiting the media's willingness to repeat and promote the Obama administration ...

Is the Obama Administration Really So Good at Foreign Policy Messaging? - World Politics Review

A profile in The New York Times Magazine of Ben Rhodes, the Obama administration's deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, has been the focus of attention in U.S. foreign policy and media circles since it appeared last week ...

Ben Rhodes's Fiction Behind the “Iran Deal” - The Jewish Press

Barack Obama works on a speech with Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications. {Article by A.J. Caschetta, originally posted to the Gatestone Institute website}. That the Obama administration's Iran deal is a work of ...

The media (ironically) overlooked the most chilling, Orwellian revelation of the Ben Rhodes controversy - Salon

There is something deeply ironic about the controversy that exploded this week around Ben Rhodes and his remarks in a New York Times magazine feature. Rhodes, President Obama's right-hand man on foreign policy, briefly discussed in a roughly ...

Fear the foreign policy 'Blob' - The Week Magazine

White House foreign policy adviser Ben Rhodes committed one of the cardinal sins of the political aide over the weekend, getting portrayed as an arrogant, scheming Machiavelli in The New York Times Magazine. According to writer David Samuels, Rhodes ...

When the White House Lies to the Media, and Laughs Doing It - American Thinker

What a surprise! It was revealed from the highest level that the Obama White House has been downright deceptive and had lied to the American public and media about the nuclear deal with Iran, as well as carrying on secret bilateral negotiations with Iran.

Obama's Master of Deceit on the Iran Nuke Deal - FrontPage Magazine

Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications Ben Rhodes confirmed what FrontPage Magazine has been saying all along. President Obama and senior members of his administration sold his nuclear deal with Iran, known formally as the ...

White House seeks to contain fallout from aide's comments - The Hill

Ben Rhodes might have a “mind meld” with President Obama, but he is causing headaches for the White House. Rhodes, Obama's deputy national security adviser, managed in a recent New York Times Magazine profile to undercut the president's message ...