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Critics Call Out Biden Administration for Not Walking Away from Iran Nuclear Deal Despite Recent Rhetoric

Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley speaks at the Doha Forum in Doha, Qatar, Sunday, March 27, 2022. Malley spoke as negotiations between Iran and world powers of its tattered nuclear deal appear to be nearing their end. (AP Photo/Lujain Jo)
Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley speaks at the Doha Forum in Doha, Qatar, Sunday, March 27, 2022. Malley spoke as negotiations between Iran and world powers of its tattered nuclear deal appear to be nearing their end. (AP Photo/Lujain Jo)

The Biden’s administration’s Iran policy, beset by criticism that it is too dovish on Tehran’s bloody crackdown on peaceful protesters and the clerical’s regime ambition to build a nuclear weapons device, is facing new blowback from U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, former American ambassador to the U.N., Nikki Haley, and European politicians.

Critics say the Biden administration’s statements over this month show its fealty to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal name for the Iran nuclear deal, that, according to one U.S. think tank study, would funnel $275 billion in benefits to Tehran in its first year and $1 trillion by 2030.

A spokesman for Senator Cruz, R-Texas, told Fox News Digital that “Sen. Cruz believes that the Biden administration is ideologically obsessed with reentering a nuclear deal with Iran, and that they are doing everything possible to keep that possibility open. He believes that they prioritize the deal above other critical interests they claim they have, including supporting the women-led protests against the Iranian regime and helping our Ukrainian allies take out the Russian and Iranian forces using drones to devastate Ukrainian military and civilian targets.”

The spokesman added that the senator “fully expects the administration to deepen their obsession, including continuing to enable nuclear cooperation between Iran and Russia despite Congressional sanctions if they think it’s politically possible.”

The London-based Iran International news organization reported that Biden’s Special Envoy to Iran Robert Malley recently conducted meetings with Iran’s ambassador to the U.N., Saeed Iravani, “at least three times in the last two months.”

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