The Iranian government had it pretty cushy under the Obama administration; a fact highlighted by the former president's massive campaign of capitulation toward the Persian nation.
Iran, who was accustomed to the last U.S. President bending over backwards for them, has finally drawn the ire of an American Commander in Chief.
Iran is taking advantage of the transition of power in America to once again put themselves in the international spotlight.
President Barack Obama is, thankfully, headed for the end of his presidency - an event many thought could spell the end of our disastrous nuclear deal with Iran.
During Barack Obama's presidency, the Persian nation of Iran has grown increasingly bold in their interaction with the United States.
Tensions in the Middle East have been at an all time high in recent months, with Iran playing no small part in the ongoing dramatics.
President Obama has given a great deal of leeway to the nation of Iran through his ill-gotten nuclear deal and the soft diplomatic policies he has installed.
The Iranian government, no doubt emboldened by Obama's kid-glove approach to them, is looking to once again be a military might in the middle east.
President Obama's bizarre love affair with Iran was on full display again this week, after naval incidents that took place in the Strait of Hormuz.