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President Biden, like his predecessor former President Barack Obama, is eager to placate the leading state sponsor of terrorism on the planet, and this time the despotic Iranian regime will get $1 trillion by the year 2030 if the nuclear deal Biden is pursuing goes through.
A report by Saeed Ghasseminejad of The Foundation for Defense of Democracies projects the deal would ensure the Iran regime $275 billion in financial benefits during its first year and $1 trillion by 2030.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett noted, "This agreement will send approximately a quarter of a trillion dollars to the Iranian terror administration's pocket and to its regional proxies and will enable Iran to develop, install and operate centrifuges, with almost no restrictions, in a mere two years."
After a Biden administration official reportedly claimed of the Iranian regime, "They came back last week and basically dropped the main hang-ups to a deal,"
FDD Ceo Mark Dubowitz fired, "Iran won most of demands. US agreed: To severely weak IRGC economic sanctions. To let IAEA investigation run separately so Grossi forced to issue inconclusive report. Files will be quietly closed. To pay $11B for US hostages before deal implementation."
Meanwhile, the Iran regime is declaring that no nuclear deal will be signed unless the International Atomic Energy continues to investigate undeclared nuclear sites. IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi told CNN, "So far, Iran has not given us the technically credible explanations that we need to explain the origin of many traces of uranium; the presence of equipment at places. ... Let us have an explanation. If there was nuclear material there, where is it now? If there was equipment there, where is it now?"
"No deal will be implemented before the IAEA Board of Governors PERMANENTLY closes the false accusations file,"
Seyed Mohammad Marandi, a spokesman for the Iranian regime's negotiating team, snapped in a tweet, adding, "Iran's nuclear program will not be dismantled,"
as The Jerusalem Post reported on Tuesday.
The Post reported that Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid stated, "The EU sent Iran a final offer, which does not comport with the principles to which the Americans committed, and established that the offer was 'take it or leave it.' Iran refuses the offer, and therefore the time has come to get up and go. Anything else sends a message of weakness."