This didn’t take long…
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani is calling on Joe Biden to bring the U.S. back into the terrible Iran nuclear deal from the Obama administration.
In a televised cabinet meeting, Rouhani had this to say:
“The ball is in the U.S. court now. If Washington returns to Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal, we will also fully respect our commitments under the pact.”
Straight from the horse’s mouth…
The ball is in our court.
The only problem is that Joe Biden is our new point guard.
The Iran deal was perhaps the worst deal in U.S. history, and President Donald Trump achieved a major victory for our nation when he exited the deal.
With Biden in charge, God knows what kind of terrible “deals” our country may find itself in.
Rouhini is salavating at the mouth to re-enter this farce of a deal, and even called President Donald Trump a “tyrant.”
The Economic Times has the story:
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday to return to a 2015 nuclear deal and lift crippling sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Biden, who takes office on Wednesday, has said the United States will rejoin the pact that includes restrictions on Iran's nuclear work if Tehran resumes strict compliance.
"The ball is in the U.S. court now. If Washington returns to Iran's 2015 nuclear deal, we will also fully respect our commitments under t ..
"Today, we expect the incoming U.S. administration to return to the rule of law and commit themselves, and if they can, in the next four years, to remove all the black spots of the previous four years," he said.
The scary part is, we've already heard the rumors that Joe Biden fully plans on re-entering this deal.
Biden could undo all the major American victories of the last 4 years in a matter of days...
Benjamin Netanyahu is already attempting to warn Biden of the very real danger that Iran is to the world.
He is urging Biden to help Israel fight against the iranian threat.
More on that from the Times of Israel:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin congratulated Joe Biden on his inauguration as the 46th US president on Wednesday and urged him to build on the series of peace deals the Trump administration brokered between the Jewish state and its Arab neighbors.
Netanyahu, in a video message, also highlighted an area on which the leaders appear to be headed for confrontation, urging the new president to work with Israel to confront “the threat posed by Iran.” Biden has said he intends to reenter the 2015 Iran deal, which Netanyahu bitterly opposed and successfully lobbied president Donald Trump to abandon.
“President Biden, you and I have had a warm personal friendship going back many decades,” Netanyahu said in the English-language video statement issued moments after Biden took the oath of office. “I look forward to working with you to further strengthen the US-Israel alliance, to continue expanding peace between Israel and the Arab world and to confront common challenges — chief among them the threat posed by Iran.”
In his congratulatory message, Rivlin said that the US has no better friend than Israel and that the ties between the two countries go beyond political parties and are based on shared values.
“Our region is changing quickly. Many of the changes are positive. The recent peace deals between Israel and our neighbors brought new hope with them and I expect to work with you to help build further bridges in the region, including with our Palestinian neighbors,” Rivlin said.
Biden has praised the normalization deals Israel reached with the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco, and his aides have expressed interest in building on them. However, his nominee for secretary of state Antony Blinken warned Tuesday that he would take a “hard look” at some of the apparent side agreements involved, such as the sale of F-35s to Abu Dhabi. That purchase was officially signed on Wednesday.
Biden’s election also represents a return to US support for a more traditional two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Trump released a peace plan based on that same concept, but it envisioned Israel annexing every one of its West Bank settlements. Biden, on the other hand, has been a vocal critic of the settlement movement and of Netanyahu’s efforts to annex large parts of the West Bank.
Let's all pray that Joe Biden doesn't set America back 4 years by making any more deals with Iran...