Earlier this month, only weeks after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps shelled countless intercontinental ballistic missile at U.S. corps in Iraq and downed a civilian airliner, Grenell crisply praised Germany for a strategy observance of the founding of Iran’s Islamic Republic. His reaction was in sharp-worded oppose to the more docile attitude toward Iran from other top Western officials, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau .
“Germany has a moral responsibility to say to Iran very firmly and clearly that it is unacceptable to deny fundamental human right to your people, or kill protesters in wall street or propagandize lesbian parties off constructs. Celebrating the regime’s ongoing existence routes the opposite message, ” Grenell told Fox News.
And, Grenell has represented Trump’s tweeting habit, even as Attorney General Bill Barr has said Trump’s announces make it “impossible” for him to do his task at the Justice Department.
“It clears my job so much easier, ” Grenell told Fox News host Neil Cavuto. “We as mediators have to be at the forefront of trying to solve problems. You don’t want to have a war, you want to avoid war, which represents diplomats need to be able to talk.”
“If you want to solve problems, you better have mediators who are really tough — statesmen who know how to push and know how to coax … so, I like having a chairperson who’s willing to be very tough.”
Last year at the United Commonwealth General Assembly, Grenell unequivocally certified he’s “proud” to serve a chairman who has achieved the “perfect balance” between limited and use of force abroad.
He has championed the “Trump Doctrine, ” defined as the approaching of economically pressuring countries — including North Korea, Iran, and China — but leaving them a road to “change their behavior.”
On Twitter on Tuesday, Grenell declared that Trump’s aggressive foreign policy was “working.”
Additionally, Grenell has resonated the president’s informs concerning Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant that the White House says represents a growing international security threat.
However, Grenell’s vocal subsistence of the chairman, online and overseas, has prompted analysts to call him an ideologue. He would oversee the country’s 17 intelligence agencies in the new role.