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Biden agrees to Iranian demands of sanction relief to advance nuclear deal talks: report

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The shit-show to end all shit-shows continues apace.

This is lunacy on steroids.



President Joe Biden has agreed to ease sanctions against aspects of Iran’s economy, including oil and finance, if the Middle Eastern nation agrees to once again comply with the 2015 nuclear deal, according to a senior official familiar with the matter who spoke with the Associated Press.

During planned talks in Vienna on reviving the nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers., the U.S. reportedly communicated which sanctions on Iran it is willing to lift, which it is not willing to lift and those that need closer examination before making a determination, the official said.

Earlier this month, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said the nation would not communicate, either directly or indirectly, with the United States in Vienna.

“Iran’s policy in this regard is clear and simple: the United States must return to the Vienna nuclear agreement, fulfill the deal in accordance with the treaty, and lift sanctions against Iran,” said Araqchi, who heads the Iranian delegation.

Ahead of the Vienna talks, Fox News reported that an unnamed source for Iran’s state-run Press TV also indicated the nation will not accept a “step-by-step” easing of U.S. sanctions. The source said, “In line with the unchangeable guideline of Iran’s [Supreme]Leader, any result of the [nuclear accord commission] which would be based on the idea of a step-by-step removal of the sanctions or indirect negotiations with the U.S. will not be acceptable.”

Sanction relief is expected to be strongly opposed by GOP lawmakers, who recently unveiled legislation to make sanctions imposed under former President Donald Trump permanent.

In May 2018, Trump pulled out of the 2015 deal that afforded Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for limiting its nuclear capabilities. The U.S. subsequently started a “maximum pressure” campaign against Tehran, re-imposing expired sanctions and implementing new ones.

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Leading Liberal advisor, Val Jarrett is a native of Tehran, so it isn't surprising that Sleepy Joe will agree to kiss their butts.
If Val Jarret were an actual liberal, the piece of excrement would not be aiding the Mullahs.
 
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That does not seem like sanction relief to advance nuclear deal talks. Looks like sanction relief for a return to the actual nuclear deal. Those are 2 very different things even if you are against the previous peace deal.

One thing is for sure, good deal or not we cannot change policies like this every 4 years. Something needs to be done that makes these deals more firm.
 

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And the policies of The Former Guy were working so well!
 

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That does not seem like sanction relief to advance nuclear deal talks. Looks like sanction relief for a return to the actual nuclear deal. Those are 2 very different things even if you are against the previous peace deal.

One thing is for sure, good deal or not we cannot change policies like this every 4 years. Something needs to be done that makes these deals more firm.
Showing itself to be an unreliable signatory to treaties and deals is probably the greatest damage done to US reputation and authority by the previous administration.
 

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That does not seem like sanction relief to advance nuclear deal talks. Looks like sanction relief for a return to the actual nuclear deal. Those are 2 very different things even if you are against the previous peace deal.

One thing is for sure, good deal or not we cannot change policies like this every 4 years. Something needs to be done that makes these deals more firm.
Showing itself to be an unreliable signatory to treaties and deals is probably the greatest damage done to US reputation and authority by the previous administration.
That is a major problem. Cant make deals with an unstable government. We should not be presenting ourselves as though we are.
 

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The shit-show to end all shit-shows continues apace.

This is lunacy on steroids.


President Joe Biden has agreed to ease sanctions against aspects of Iran’s economy, including oil and finance, if the Middle Eastern nation agrees to once again comply with the 2015 nuclear deal, according to a senior official familiar with the matter who spoke with the Associated Press.
During planned talks in Vienna on reviving the nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers., the U.S. reportedly communicated which sanctions on Iran it is willing to lift, which it is not willing to lift and those that need closer examination before making a determination, the official said.
Earlier this month, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said the nation would not communicate, either directly or indirectly, with the United States in Vienna.
“Iran’s policy in this regard is clear and simple: the United States must return to the Vienna nuclear agreement, fulfill the deal in accordance with the treaty, and lift sanctions against Iran,” said Araqchi, who heads the Iranian delegation.
Ahead of the Vienna talks, Fox News reported that an unnamed source for Iran’s state-run Press TV also indicated the nation will not accept a “step-by-step” easing of U.S. sanctions. The source said, “In line with the unchangeable guideline of Iran’s [Supreme]Leader, any result of the [nuclear accord commission] which would be based on the idea of a step-by-step removal of the sanctions or indirect negotiations with the U.S. will not be acceptable.”
Sanction relief is expected to be strongly opposed by GOP lawmakers, who recently unveiled legislation to make sanctions imposed under former President Donald Trump permanent.
In May 2018, Trump pulled out of the 2015 deal that afforded Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for limiting its nuclear capabilities. The U.S. subsequently started a “maximum pressure” campaign against Tehran, re-imposing expired sanctions and implementing new ones.
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Oh Great------------Fat KIM of Korea will be the next the one to demand freebies after he acts up.......Iran will use their freedom to move toward nuking up--and Israel will be the first to pay the price. Thanks Biden.
 

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Hmm. Lunacy to get Iran from developing nuclear weapons by agreeing to the very same Iran Nuclear deal that Trump tore up and walked away from? Right...... The right has biden figured out! lol
 

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Hmm. Lunacy to get Iran from developing nuclear weapons by agreeing to the very same Iran Nuclear deal that Trump tore up and walked away from? Right...... The right has biden figured out! lol
Like Iran doesn't lie and ignore the agreements. The agreements are worthless........sanctions work though.
 

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So the Iranians will continue to develop their nukes and delivery systems. Each day is one day closer to nuclear war in the Middle East.

So far Joe Biden has managed to screw up our Mexican border and now the Middle East. This nation will be lucky to survive four years of Joe.
 

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When do the billions in cash start flying to Tehran again? Maybe they've already started.
 

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Proving once again that Joe Biden is the dumbest guy in Washington!

Does anyone here REALLY trust the Mullahs? Really? (eye roll)
 

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The shit-show to end all shit-shows continues apace.

This is lunacy on steroids.


President Joe Biden has agreed to ease sanctions against aspects of Iran’s economy, including oil and finance, if the Middle Eastern nation agrees to once again comply with the 2015 nuclear deal, according to a senior official familiar with the matter who spoke with the Associated Press.
During planned talks in Vienna on reviving the nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers., the U.S. reportedly communicated which sanctions on Iran it is willing to lift, which it is not willing to lift and those that need closer examination before making a determination, the official said.
Earlier this month, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said the nation would not communicate, either directly or indirectly, with the United States in Vienna.
“Iran’s policy in this regard is clear and simple: the United States must return to the Vienna nuclear agreement, fulfill the deal in accordance with the treaty, and lift sanctions against Iran,” said Araqchi, who heads the Iranian delegation.
Ahead of the Vienna talks, Fox News reported that an unnamed source for Iran’s state-run Press TV also indicated the nation will not accept a “step-by-step” easing of U.S. sanctions. The source said, “In line with the unchangeable guideline of Iran’s [Supreme]Leader, any result of the [nuclear accord commission] which would be based on the idea of a step-by-step removal of the sanctions or indirect negotiations with the U.S. will not be acceptable.”
Sanction relief is expected to be strongly opposed by GOP lawmakers, who recently unveiled legislation to make sanctions imposed under former President Donald Trump permanent.
In May 2018, Trump pulled out of the 2015 deal that afforded Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for limiting its nuclear capabilities. The U.S. subsequently started a “maximum pressure” campaign against Tehran, re-imposing expired sanctions and implementing new ones.
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Oh Great------------Fat KIM of Korea will be the next the one to demand freebies after he acts up.......Iran will use their freedom to move toward nuking up--and Israel will be the first to pay the price. Thanks Biden.
Jews are already mobilizing tanks and heavy armor on the Syrian border
 

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The shit-show to end all shit-shows continues apace.

This is lunacy on steroids.


President Joe Biden has agreed to ease sanctions against aspects of Iran’s economy, including oil and finance, if the Middle Eastern nation agrees to once again comply with the 2015 nuclear deal, according to a senior official familiar with the matter who spoke with the Associated Press.
During planned talks in Vienna on reviving the nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers., the U.S. reportedly communicated which sanctions on Iran it is willing to lift, which it is not willing to lift and those that need closer examination before making a determination, the official said.
Earlier this month, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said the nation would not communicate, either directly or indirectly, with the United States in Vienna.
“Iran’s policy in this regard is clear and simple: the United States must return to the Vienna nuclear agreement, fulfill the deal in accordance with the treaty, and lift sanctions against Iran,” said Araqchi, who heads the Iranian delegation.
Ahead of the Vienna talks, Fox News reported that an unnamed source for Iran’s state-run Press TV also indicated the nation will not accept a “step-by-step” easing of U.S. sanctions. The source said, “In line with the unchangeable guideline of Iran’s [Supreme]Leader, any result of the [nuclear accord commission] which would be based on the idea of a step-by-step removal of the sanctions or indirect negotiations with the U.S. will not be acceptable.”
Sanction relief is expected to be strongly opposed by GOP lawmakers, who recently unveiled legislation to make sanctions imposed under former President Donald Trump permanent.
In May 2018, Trump pulled out of the 2015 deal that afforded Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for limiting its nuclear capabilities. The U.S. subsequently started a “maximum pressure” campaign against Tehran, re-imposing expired sanctions and implementing new ones.
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Oh Great------------Fat KIM of Korea will be the next the one to demand freebies after he acts up.......Iran will use their freedom to move toward nuking up--and Israel will be the first to pay the price. Thanks Biden.
Israel will flatten Iran before that happens.
 

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Xiden just paying back the Supreme Leader for all his help in winning the election.

The UN put the cherry on top by putting Iran in charge of the UN Commission on Women's Rights.
 

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And the policies of The Former Guy were working so well!
Apparently so looking at Iran's demands to remove sanctions imposed upon the outlaw nation.
They worked exactly as intended. Looks like out dotard president, however, works for his former boss,
Obama, so he is happy to buckle under to the theocratic crazies in Iran.
 

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That does not seem like sanction relief to advance nuclear deal talks. Looks like sanction relief for a return to the actual nuclear deal. Those are 2 very different things even if you are against the previous peace deal.

One thing is for sure, good deal or not we cannot change policies like this every 4 years. Something needs to be done that makes these deals more firm.
Yes, it’s simple, write a real treaty and have it ratified by the senate. Then it has the force of law and can’t be changed at the whim of the sitting president. That’s the way it’s supposed to work, not back room deals.
 

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