The State Department warned former Secretary of State John Kerry to not try to undermine President Trump’s Iran policy. “I don’t have personal knowledge of those meetings, if that is happening, again, I would find it very inappropriate,” Manisha Singh, the assistant secretary of state for economics affairs told the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Kerry confirmed in the last few days that he has met three or four times with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif since he left office. They were the brains behind the 2015 disastrous agreement that former President Obama praised.
In May of this year, President Trump ended the agreement with Iran, and issued sanctions as the terrorist regime continued to defy the agreement.
“What I have done is tried to elicit from him what Iran might be willing to do in order to change the dynamic in the Middle East for the better,” Kerry told conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt. “You know, how does one resolve Yemen? What do you do to try to get peace in Syria? I mean, those are the things that really are preoccupying, because those are the impediments to people, to Iran’s ability to convince people that it’s ready to embrace something different.”
The Trump team does not believe in the 2015 agreement, and has no reason to move forward with it. The Obama Administration gave Iran $150 Billion Dollars in cash on a pallet like thief’s in the night. Why would anyone give the world’s largest state sponsor of terror $150 Billion dollars? A question President Trump and his administration are set on correcting.