As Senator McCain told the audience, Barack Obama was incorrect in his characterization of the op-ed written by the 6 former secretaries of state on the subject of talking to Iran. Obama knew he was again taking statements out of context yet pursued the same false argument. By specifically naming Henry Kissinger, and telling McCain he was one of his advisers who had a different view of the talks than articulated by McCain, Obama exposed himself and his fabrication.
Immediately after the debate, Kissinger released the following statement:
"Senator McCain is right. I would not recommend the next President of the Untied States engage in talks with Iran at the Presidential level. My views on this issue are entirely compatible with the views of my friend Senator John McCain. We do not agree on everything, but we do agree that any negotiations with Iran must be geared to reality."
Henry Kissinger is not happy.