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Biden Slams Allies For Trying To Stop Iran Nuke Program

Joe Biden has long has a soft spot for Iran. Throughout 2020, the president campaigned on restoring “the Iran Deal,” in which effectively paid the terror sponsor to make their nuclear weapons less quickly.

In 2020, he criticized Donald Trump for killing Qassem Soleimani, an Iranian general who killed American troops and allegedly sanctioned Iran’s attack against Israel in April.

Earlier in the month, the president was also criticized for sending his condolences on the death of the “Butcher of Tehran.”

Now, Biden has taken things even further, condemning European allies for trying to stop Iran’s advances in the nuclear program, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The Biden administration is pressing European allies to back off plans to rebuke Iran for advances in its nuclear program, even as it expands its stockpile of near-weapons-grade fissile material to a record level, according to diplomats involved in discussions.

The U.S. is arguing against an effort by Britain and France to censure Iran at the International Atomic Energy Agency’s member-state board in early June, the diplomats said. The U.S. has pressed a number of other countries to abstain in a censure vote, saying that is what Washington will do, they said.

On Monday, the U.N. atomic-energy agency reported that Iran’s stockpile of 60% highly enriched uranium rose 20.6 kilograms to 142.1 kg as of May 11 from three months earlier, its highest level to date.

U.S. officials say that material could be converted into weapons-grade enriched uranium in a matter of days. It would then be enough to fuel three nuclear weapons.

It’s not surprising that Biden defends Iran. He has had literal spies for the Iranian regime working in his administration and at the Pentagon.

In the aftermath of the Hamas terrorist attack last October, The New York Post wrote that “the Biden administration’s former special envoy to Iran, who was placed on leave earlier this year for allegedly mishandling classified material, should face “extensive scrutiny” for his “permissive” stance toward the Tehran regime after it aided Hamas and Hezbollah in carrying out terrorist attacks against Israel, critics said.

‘Rob Malley deserves extensive scrutiny — yesterday, today and tomorrow,’ Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) told The Post after the Wall Street Journal reported that officers of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps planned and signed off on this weekend’s atrocity that killed at least 900.

‘These reports could not be more concerning, and they hint at what could be the worst State Department scandal since Alger Hiss,'” the California representative added.

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