Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid is reportedly unable to reach President Joe Biden to discuss the Iran nuclear deal, despite advances in talks with the Islamic Republic.
Lapid requested a meeting with Biden on Sept. 20, the same day the president is scheduled to address the United Nations General Assembly. However, this Israeli leader has been unable to speak to Biden on the phone, multiple sources told The Jerusalem Post. The White House first said Biden could not talk because of summer vacation, but the president returned to D.C. on Wednesday.
Iran, which has repeatedly called for “death to Israel” and is known in U.S. intelligence circles as the world’s “foremost state sponsor of terrorism,” would receive $100 billion a year under the proposed deal, Lapid said last week…
To read more visit Just The News.