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Israeli Officials: Biden Close to Admitting Failure of Iran Nuke Talks

Israeli Officials: Biden Close to Admitting Failure of Iran Nuke Talks

“The possibility that the sides will sign a deal in the foreseeable future is shrinking exponentially.”

After 12 months of talks between President Joe Biden’s administration and Iran, the White House may soon be forced to admit the failure of nuclear talks, senior Israeli officials believe.

Washington is “close to admitting failure of Iran nuclear talks,” the Times of Israel reported Tuesday, quoting the country’s officials. “Israeli officials have reportedly said the chances of world powers signing a new nuclear deal with Iran are greatly diminished,” the news website added.

With the Biden administration failing to reach a deal with the Iranians despite easing key sanctions and weapons embargo, the White House is desperately trying to pin the blame for its failure on former President Donald Trump.

“If we go back, under the Iran nuclear deal, Iran’s nuclear program was tightly constrained,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki lamented on Tuesday. “Since the Trump administration ceased US participation in the deal, Iran has rapidly accelerated its nuclear program,” she added

The newspaper Israel Hayom reported the bleak Israeli assessment of the Biden-Iran talks:

Israel’s assessment about the chances of a new nuclear deal between Iran and the West have taken an abrupt turn, with two diplomatic officials telling Israel Hayom that it now appears that the chances a new deal will be signed are “slim to none.”

The officials stressed that while a surprise could still come in the form of a new deal being signed, “The possibility that the sides will sign a deal in the foreseeable future is shrinking exponentially.”

Until a month ago, the prevailing assessment in Israel diplomatic and security apparatuses was that the US and Iran would proceed to ink the deal under discussion. This belief was based on the US administration’s enthusiasm to go back to the 2015 JCPOA, to which many current members of the administration were signatories. During negotiations, the US has made numerous concessions to Iran, prompting two senior members of the US negotiating team to resign.

A draft version of a new agreement was already submitted, and it appeared likely that a date would be announced for the signing, but the parties last left Vienna to await an answer from Tehran. Iran neither announced that it was rejecting the deal or adopting it, but rather set out a number of new conditions, including a demand that the US remove the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps from its list of terrorist entities.

Embarrassing concessions made by the Biden administration to Tehran include waving sanctions on the regime’s ‘civilian’ nuclear program, which paves the way for state-own companies from China, Russia, and Europe to upgrade Iranian capabilities.

Weeks after Russia invaded Ukraine, President Biden reportedly allowed Moscow to use Iran as a hub for evading sanctions. On March 15, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov disclosed that the Biden White House gave Kremlin a ‘written guarantee’ to this effect.

The White House even considered removing Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) from the list of international terrorist organizations. Last month, the IRGC, the Iranian regime’s international terrorist arm, carried out a missile strike aimed at the U.S. consulate and related targets in northern Iraq. In recent months, the IRGC has repeatedly threatened to destroy Israel and assassinate former U.S. President Trump for the 2020 killing of Qassem Soleimani, the top Iranian terror operative responsible for the deaths of hundreds of U.S. soldiers in Iraq.

In the face of President Biden’s policy of appeasement towards Iran, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s government has refused to be bound by any deal agreed between the current U.S. administration and the Iranian regime. According to Israeli media, Jerusalem has allocated $1.5 billion for a potential strike against Iran’s rogue nuclear infrastructure.


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healthguyfsu | April 28, 2022 at 1:18 pm

No internal reflection will be made in how pandering doesn’t work. Instead, this will be all about how Trump betrayed trust and caused all of this and Biden admin couldn’t clean up his mess.

These people make me sick.

healthguyfsu | April 28, 2022 at 1:20 pm

Also, I hope this isn’t wishful thinking by the Israeli press. We don’t need to be saddled by a really bad deal made with impotent yet malicious dictators and his warlord puppet masters in Russia and China.

Israeli DC Officials: Biden Close to Admitting Failure Success of Iran Nuke Talks

Remember Afghanistan…

Reminding Israel once again that they’re all on their own….

“He (the President) shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur;”

– US Constitution, Article II, Section 2.

Apparently one of the optional clauses.

    henrybowman in reply to Gosport. | April 28, 2022 at 3:46 pm

    I don’t believe it’s even gotten that far. Both sides have to reach an agreement on terms, in principle, and get it written up before taking it to the Senate to have it approved. Brandon hasn’t even reached that point, to my understanding.

      Gosport in reply to henrybowman. | April 28, 2022 at 4:14 pm

      Biden has no intention of taking it to the Senate, Just like Obama with the Paris Climate Accords and the first Iran Nuke Fiasco.


        “OBAMA has no intention of taking it to the Senate, Just like Obama with the Paris Climate Accords and the first Iran Nuke Fiasco.”

        This is Obama’s third term. Anyone who can’t see it, I have a Biden I want to sell you.

    lurker9876 in reply to Gosport. | April 29, 2022 at 11:18 am

    Ah…but Obama thought he was able to get around this clause, especially with the Corker bill.

    PLUS Iran reportedly tried to convince Biden to include a clause in the new treaty that this will never be revoked by any current and future US presidents.

    Which violates the US Constituion.

“Biden Close to Admitting Failure of Iran Nuke Talks”

He’d be closer if he could remember what they were talking about. Or who the Iranians are. Or who the president is.

The fuck he is!

These twats are incapable of admitting anything they do is a failure.

    taurus the judge in reply to mailman. | April 28, 2022 at 3:23 pm

    No mailman, this is not and never was a failure.

    The left WANTS a nuclear Iran so they can destroy Israel.

    They have done everything except send them one on a ship. (that we know of)

    All this “failure talk” is a red herring smoke screen to give them plausible denial when it happens.

Perhaps Iran would respond better to billions of dollars in reordered claims, to billions of dollars in state of the art military housewarming gifts, or to overlooking terrorism without borders during another Obama/Biden world war Spring series.

If this report turns out to be accurate, it’s actually kind of scary to contemplate just how brazenly and unabashedly belligerent and deceitful the Iranian depots’ lackeys’ behavior has been in these negotiations, if even the perpetually delusional, naive, heads-in-the-sand Dhimmi-crats and Muslim terrorist apologists pulling dotard-marionette, Biden’s, strings, are throwing in the towel.

Oh, gee, the retarded pedophile fails again. What a surprise…

Why should the Iranians acquiesce to Biden? Given the way Biden is bending over for them without nukes, they will completely own him when they do.

And Biden will likely force us to pay them for the privilege. I see the NORKS are trying to get some of this appeasement action, given their recent resumption of missile firings.

And let us not forget about Russia and their recent nuke talk on state propaganda networks (theirs, not ours. For the moment, anyway.)

Steven Brizel | April 29, 2022 at 11:44 am

Trump substantially reduced the potential of an Iranian nuclear threat by his superb elimination of key Iranian national security and scientific personnel

“If we go back, under the Iran nuclear deal, Iran’s nuclear program was tightly constrained,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki…

Here we see the Left redefining words to fit their reality. The only ‘tightly constrained’ part of the previous Iran nuke deal could be roughly stated, “You keep developing your nuclear weapons problems and keep shut up about it and we won’t look into the places where you are building the reactors, bombs, and centrifuges. Oh, and here’s a giant stack of cash.”