Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) slammed the Biden Administration for taking the first step to restart negotiations with Iran in order to restore the 2015 nuclear deal, giving up leverage by providing sanctions relief and its willingness to trust a regime that recently attacked Americans.
The Biden administration said Thursday took the first major step toward restoring the 2015 nuclear deal, discarding former President Donald Trump’s “maximum pressure campaign” on the Islamic Republic by removing the restoration of United Nations re-imposed international sanctions.
After calling more than a dozen other world leaders since taking office, President Biden and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel finally spoke in an hour-long phone conversation on Wednesday, a call that happened a month into his presidency that is seen as a forecast of a new foreign policy shift towards U.S. strongest ally as his administration is working behind the scenes to bring back the Iran nuclear deal.
Morocco has agreed to establish full diplomatic relations with Israel, becoming the fourth Arab nation to move toward normalization with Israel in the last four months under President Trump’s “Abraham Accords” U.S. brokered peace deals.
President Trump slammed presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden for trying to take credit for the “historic peace deal” the Trump Administration brokered between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), pointing to the former vice president “weak” foreign policy that included the “terrible deal with Iran.”
Former Vice President Joe Biden accused President at Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate of “flat-out”…