A spokesperson for the State Department confirmed this week that the Biden administration is prepared to “re-enter” the Iranian nuclear agreement under certain circumstances.
“We are prepared to re-enter on a mutual basis the [Iran deal]. But, of course, mutual means that it’s a two-way street. The Iranians would need to do the same. We have not yet, at least to date, seen the Iranians indicate that they’re ready to do that,” said the spokesperson.
Donald Trump left the agreement in 2018, routinely calling the pact the “worst deal in history.”
Watch his comments above.