(UnitedVoice.com) – The Biden administration held talks with representatives from Iran in Vienna this week about renewing the nuclear agreement. Republicans don’t think it’s a good idea to enter into another agreement with the hostile nation. Recently, a group of senators asked President Joe Biden to reconsider.
On April 6, four Republican senators sent an open letter to Biden asking him to keep sanctions on Iran and not enter into a new nuclear agreement. Senators Marco Rubio (FL), Pat Toomey (PA), Jim Inhofe (OK) and Todd Young (IN) told the president the US has a lot of leverage right now. They should use that to their advantage to get a handle on the problem with the antagonistic country and even offered to work with the administration moving forward.
The U.S. should not return to the failed Iran Deal. Troubled by @USEnvoyIran’s apparent push to do exactly that. My colleagues @SenRubioPress, @SenToomey & @SenToddYoung joined me in a letter to @POTUS urging him to work with us on a better path forward. pic.twitter.com/5WG63DCRtl
— Sen. Jim Inhofe (@JimInhofe) April 6, 2021
Biden didn’t respond to their letter but his administration’s current talks with Iran make it pretty clear he wants to move forward. His pledges of bipartisanship seem to be going right out the window.
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