The response to the Trump administration’s decision to exit the Iran nuclear deal, considered a signature foreign policy achievement of the Obama administration, fell largely along conventional political lines Tuesday.
Efforts by former Secretary of State John Kerry to conduct shadow diplomacy with Iranian officials in a bid to save the landmark nuclear deal are being met with a cool reception by the Trump administration and allies on Capitol Hill, who told the Washington Free Beacon the former Obama administration official is solidifying his reputation as a tool of the Islamic Republic.
President Donald Trump castigated former Secretary of State John Kerry for engaging in covert talks with foreign leaders in an effort to salvage the Iran nuclear deal.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry is meeting with for foreign leaders to save the Iran nuclear deal, according to a source briefed on the meetings.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry told a Palestinian official that he is seriously considering running for president in 2020, according to a report in Israeli media.