Iran Nuclear Deal

Kentucky Rep Moves to Defund Biden Iran Deal Efforts

Legislation would bar federal funds from being used to renegotiate with Iran

Rep. Andy Barr (R., Ky.) will introduce a resolution Tuesday morning that forbids the Biden administration from using federal funds to reenter the Iran nuclear deal.

Israeli Military Officials Warn Biden Against Rejoining Iran Nuke Deal

Current efforts could 'ignite a massive nuclear arms race'

A group of nearly 2,000 Israeli generals, military officials, and Mossad operatives warned the Biden administration on Monday against rejoining the Iran nuclear deal, saying the effort "represents an existential threat to the Jewish State" and will "ignite a massive nuclear arms race" across Middle East.

Freshman NC Dem Bucks Biden on Iran Deal

Rep. Manning: JCPOA is 'outdated'

A staff member removes the Iranian flag from the stage after a group picture with foreign ministers and representatives during the Iran nuclear talks at the Vienna International Center in ViennaA freshman Democratic representative bucked the Biden administration and party line by denouncing the prospect of rejoining the Iran deal in a Wednesday interview.

State Dept Refuses to Explain Iran Envoy’s Talks with China

Malley's powwows with China about Iran deal hint at Biden admin divisions on diplomacy

Rob MalleyThe State Department is refusing to provide details or even confirm statements by the Chinese government indicating the U.S.-Iran envoy Robert Malley recently spoke to Communist Party officials about the Biden administration’s efforts to reenter the 2015 nuclear accord.

Blinken: No New Deal Before Iran Ends Nuclear Buildup

Antony BlinkenSecretary of State Antony Blinken said Iran must end its nuclear buildup before the United States returns to the 2015 accord, comments likely to rankle Tehran as it continues to stockpile highly enriched materials that could be used in an atomic weapon.

There’s No Reason for Biden to Reward Iran

Column: Sanctions relief didn't bring stability in 2015. And it won't now

President-Elect Joe Biden Campaigns For Georgia Senate Candidates Ossoff And WarnockBack in September, Joe Biden described his Iran policy in an op-ed for CNN. After several paragraphs criticizing President Trump, Biden made an "unshakable commitment to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon." Then he offered "Tehran a credible path back to diplomacy." The terms were simple. "If Iran returns to strict compliance with the nuclear deal," Biden wrote, "the United States would rejoin the agreement as a starting point for follow-on negotiations." And Biden is sticking with his plan. Recently Tom Friedman asked him if the offer stands. "It's going to be hard," Biden replied, "but yeah."