White House’s Trump blame game is a bad sign for Iran talks
by Lahav Harkov
January 13, 2022
When asked how the indirect negotiations between the US and Iran to restore the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal were going, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki avoided answering the actual question, and instead launched into a revisionist history lesson blaming former president Donald Trump for Iran’s aggression. There are many good-faith criticisms of Trump’s decision to be made, but many of the things Psaki said were simply false. Plus, the fact that the White House messaging is focused on assigning blame is a harbinger of bad news from the talks in Vienna. READ MORE
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