(Worthy News) -Former National Security Advisor Gen. H.R. McMaster for the Trump administration said in an interview with Fox News Thursday that President-elect Joe Biden should not rejoin the 2015 Iran nuclear deal upon taking office in on January 20.
McMaster said to Fox host Bret Baier that then-Secretary of State John Kerry was wrong and did not consider the “hostile ideology” of the Iranian regime, in addition to its involvement in regional proxy wars and aggression against the United States.
“These big payoffs to Iran when the deal was signed, as well as the relief of sanctions … what did they do with that money?” McMaster asked.
“They applied that money to intensify sectarian violence across the region in an effort to put a proxy army on the border of Israel,” he noted, reflecting the position to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]
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