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Biden: "The nuclear deal is dead but we can't announce it" | Israel today


In a meeting with Iranian exiles, the American president revealed what was claimed last month in "Israel Hayom", that the negotiations with Iran will be buried in a grave • When asked why he cannot announce this, he replied: "There are many reasons for this"

US President Joe Biden was recorded saying in his voice that the nuclear deal with Iran is dead, but the administration has no intention of announcing this officially, confirming in his words claims published last month on the Israel Hayom website. 

Biden said the words during a meeting with opponents of the Iranian regime during the month of November as part of the effort to bring about a Democratic victory in the midterm elections for Congress.

The video was revealed today (Tuesday) by a blogger of Persian origin on Twitter. 

Biden was recorded saying: "The nuclear deal is dead"

In the video, the president is seen being asked by one of the participants in the event whether he is ready to declare the death of the nuclear deal with Iran.

In response to her question, the president answers in the negative but then explains, when he turns to the questioner and touches her hand, she asks him "Why not?". 

The news on the "Israel Hayom" website,

Biden answers me that "there are many reasons for this. The agreement is dead but we cannot announce it".

Later, the president tries to say that "it is a long story, but we will promise", but his words are interrupted.

The activist then tells him that the Iranian exiles "are not interested in any agreement with the mullahs (nickname for the religious regime in Iran), they do not represent us."

In response, Biden says: "I know they don't represent you, but they will have nuclear weapons." 

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Source: israelhayom

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