The Biden administration has agreed with the Islamic Republic of Iran to exchange American hostages for $6 billion and has reached nuclear agreements with the Iranian regime that cement the latter’s position as a threshold nuclear state.
To talk about this, Caroline’s guest on the Caroline Glick Show this week is Richard Goldberg, a senior adviser at the Washington, D.C.-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Goldberg was the point person in the National Security Council on Iran’s nuclear program during the Trump administration.
Goldberg described the details of the agreements and the subterfuge at the heart of the administration’s efforts to appease the Iranian deal by facilitating its nuclear program.
Goldberg and Glick discussed:
- The nature and actual amount of the bribe the administration is paying the Iranian regime.
- The nature of the nuclear agreements they have reached.
- The subterfuge at the heart of the administration’s efforts to shield its nuclear appeasement from Congress and how Congress can fight back.
- How the administration’s massively reported efforts to supposedly conclude a formal peace agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia fits within U.S. President Joe Biden’s efforts to appease Iran.
- Where the administration’s nuclear deal with Iran leaves Israel and Israel’s options moving forward.
- What the administration’s appeasement of Iran means for U.S. national security.