Looking to be Biden’s buddy
You know… our good friends in Iran
“A matter of great importance.”
Lieberman: Biden should keep Trump’s “maximum pressure” policies.
UN: Iran is cheating *now*.
“…if you do something bad to us we are going to do things to you that have never been done before.”
“Let’s work together to replace the JCPOA and to get the Trump deal instead.”
“What Americans did Soleimani kill?”
Defense minister singing another tune?
“Iran has ‘multiple instruments at hand, including the proxy war'”
“There is an active group … that sees value in keeping the rump JCPOA alive.”
“…the only safe course is to signal national unity—and they contributed to eroding that at home and abroad.”
“I think they’re getting desperate.”
South Korea, Japan: Whew.
“It means down with the American politicians in charge.”
EU: We’ll protect European firms against US enforcement
A “passive reaction”?
A good start?
The dirty deal gets a bit dirtier
Or a 12-step program to normality.
The unintended consequences will hurt everyone longterm.
But not really
“…using the results of the latest research and development of Iran’s brave nuclear scientists.”
This is who we made a deal with
6-9 pm ET on POTUS 124!
“[T]he U.S. walked out 300 feet before the finish line.”
Iran: We may stay in the deal even if US exits.
“Secretary Kerry stays in touch with his former counterparts around the world just like every previous Secretary of State.”
Logan Act scholars assemble!
Message not received?
“The United States can vouch for the authenticity.”
“France will not leave the JCPOA. Because we signed it..”
Iran deal “insane. It’s ridiculous … but we will be talking about it.”
Trouble Three Times Over
“In order to address a terrifying but hypothetical danger…the Obama administration’s foreign policy accepted a real and catastrophic one.”
Rep. Jamaal Bowman of New York shared some thoughts on white supremacy on his Twitter account today. It turns out …
“Some lawmakers think she’ll never be able to run for leadership again.”
“Of the nation’s six largest states, California remains the only one with a usage rate below 40%”