DAILYKENN.com -- Here's an interesting glitch for the nation's idiot in chief: What if you arrange a prisoner swap with Iran and the Iranian prisoners prefer to stay in the United States?
Of the seven Iranians pardoned in Obama's prisoner swap deal with Iran, none care to return to their homeland. All want to remain in the USA.
Joel Androphy, a lawyer who represents one of those pardoned, Bahram Mechanich, told CNN's New Day Sunday that "as far as I know, they are all staying in the U.S. for a while." He continued, "My client is ... is a U.S. citizen and a resident." — cnn.com
The men allegedly had been involved in exporting products and services to Iran in violation of trade sanctions against the country. They were accused of exporting goods ranging from electronic components and satellite services to marine navigation and military equipment. Some of them had been convicted. Others were awaiting trial. — cnn.com
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