Will Biden Continue The Nuclear Deal With Iran after They Tried Assassinating One of Ours?

Despite the news that an Iranian operative recently tried to assassinate former Trump administration national security adviser John Bolton, Biden is still considering reviving the Iran nuclear deal.



American authorities have alerted for over a decade that Iran, especially the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), has been sending agents into the U.S. to scheme terror attacks, killings, and assassinations.

IRGC was put on the terrorist blacklist in the United States by the Trump administration, so should the American government still consider doing business with Iran? Even a child can tell that it will be foolish to have deals with people who have repeatedly sought ways to have you destroyed. Though they have failed so far, making business deals with them will give them a free pass to destroy the nation, and we all know that they would not hesitate to do that when the slightest opportunity arises.

After the assassination attempt at John Bolton, he gave a valid statement to the press: “While much cannot be said publicly right now, one point is indisputable: Iran’s rulers are liars, terrorists, and enemies of the United States. Their radical, anti-American objectives are unchanged; their commitments are worthless, and their global threat is growing.

This same country also came out to say that they had the power to turn New York into hellish ruins in an IRGC-affiliated video. They threatened that they could develop a nuclear weapon within a rapid-fire amount of time and obliterate New York with ballistic missiles.

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In the Trump administration, he had made things very clear by putting Iran on the blacklist as there should be a clear line between enemies and friends. However, Biden’s determination to take a 180 on all of Trump’s policies is just putting the nation in danger.

Several times a month, the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran have many scandals, mainly due to Iran’s lack of trustworthiness. The nature of the relationship between Iran and the United States so far has been adversarial and deadly, even when the two countries are negotiating sensitive issues.

Considering these factors, the Iranian government cannot be trusted, and any bargain with Tehran must cover its misdeeds beyond its nuclear ambitions. Agreeing with this fact, Bolton also added that; “Iran’s nuclear weapons and terrorist activities are two sides of the same coin. No responsible U.S. government should think otherwise.

Unfortunately, every American seems to know this except the one person with the deciding power.

Alinejad, who also agreed with this, added that the Iranian diplomats should be kicked out of the country as they are probably scheming another evil plot. He said that “Iran needs to be held more accountable, and, if the U.S. government denies that, they actually betray their own citizens,” Some critics of the regime also say the United States should deny a visa to Iran’s president, Ebrahim Raisi, should he want to attend the U.N. General Assembly gathering in New York next month.

Furthermore, Texas Rep. Mike McCaul, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, wrote on Twitter: “The [Biden] admin should walk away from nuke talks & prioritize Americans.

However, the “diplomatic president” is not indicating he will walk away from efforts to restore the nuclear agreement. He has even made it clear that he will not reinstate the terrorist state designation imposed by Trump on Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Iranian negotiators demanded that the label be raised as part of the deal’s revival, and we can only hope that he would take the smart choice.

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