Obama just fact-checked Trump with a scathing criticism of his decision to violate the Iran nuclear deal
Donald Trump and Barack Obama meet in the Oval Office. (Screengrab)

Former President Barack Obama responded almost immediately to Donald Trump's decision to violate the Iran nuclear deal by fact-checking the president's reasoning for pulling out of the agreement.


"Debates in our country should be informed by facts, especially debates that have proven to be divisive," the 44th president wrote on Facebook. "So it’s important to review several facts about the [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action]."

You can read the entire post below, via Facebook.