Meanwhile, Biden’s handlers yet they hope to revive their catastrophic appeasement package known as the Iran nuclear deal.
“Iranian Supreme Leader Mocks Biden as Insane as Nuclear Deal Negotiations Stall,” by Alana Goodman, Washington Free Beacon, Nov. 23, 2022:
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei mocked President Joe Biden as a “poor and insane” man and led a crowd in chants of “death to America” during a speech on state television on Saturday.
Biden turned 80 on Sunday, and his age and declining mental acuity have been the subject of public speculation since his 2020 election.
Khamenei’s comments come as the Biden administration said this week that it is still interested in reaching a nuclear deal with Iran, despite a reported deadlock in negotiations and the Iranian government’s ongoing violent crackdown on anti-government protests around the world. the country.
In Khamenei’s speech, which was translated Per the Middle East Media Research Institute, the Iranian leader claimed that the Islamic Republic’s “advance” was “intolerable and unbearable for the West.” He criticized US presidents since the 1979 Iranian revolution, casting Donald Trump as a “silly” and Biden as “insane.”
“The United States is at the forefront of this campaign of the enemy,” Khamenei said. “Every American president, in the decades since the revolution, has fought the Islamic Republic on that front.”
“Some of them have fallen dead and some have been thrown into the dustbin of history, even if they are still alive,” Khamenei said. “This includes the previous drug [Trump] and this poor insane headline [Biden].”
At one point during the speech, the crowd launched into a chant of “death to America.”
The Biden administration is still hopeful that it can reach a nuclear deal with Iran, despite concerns from members of Biden’s own party that the deal would not hamper Iran’s nuclear ambitions and would end up sending more funds to the regime. terrorist financing.
The US ambassador to Israel, Tom Nides, said this week that a nuclear deal with Iran “is not out of the question”, although the Biden administration is “not even close” to reaching an agreement with the regime.
“Nothing is off the table,” Nides said. He added that Iran has been an unwilling partner and that he was “not holding my breath for any negotiations with the Iranians in this current form.”…