Iran's New President And His Potential Impact On Nuclear Negotiations 1

Iran’s New President And His Potential Impact On Nuclear Negotiations

 

Iran's new hard-line conservative President-elect Ebrahim Raisi will become the first Iranian President to be sanctioned by the US before taking office. Ali Arouzi and Raf Sanchez join Ayman to discuss.

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59 comments

    1. not iranian ,,,, come on we are human like you . we are just like you didn’t have right to choose where we are borned . this a Arab style not Persian or Iran

    2. @skyline Zed we are all human, but our beliefs vote. And those elected by that power, exercise that power.

  1. Gee, it would sure be nice if we had some way to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons. Hmmmm…

    1. @Punisher Hulk
      They can still refine uranium with sanctions, and they are doing just that – which they were not before Trump pulled the plug.

    2. @Ray Mack
      Yes, I expect one of our foremost experts on foreign policy to respect the deals that he makes.

    3. @Jock Young Experts? Cut from the same clorh that gave us the experts who time and again say stuff like Saddam and Iraq have extensive mobile weapons platforms and a solid nuke program.

      It’s easy to see through you on all these beards:

      You argue against Trump when he isn’t president now, you ignore Obama/Biden having a warmongering history that Trump didn’t, and I didn’t vote for Trump in 2016 or 20.

      And then you use arguments that are similar to the ones that got us in the Iraq quagmire where 1 million Iraqis died, thousands of US soldiers were killed, had limbs blown off, record number of PTSD, etc, etc.

      Go shill for wars elsewhere.

    4. @Ray Mack
      I have no idea what you are talking about. I am against virtually all wars, and I never forgave them for Iraq.

    5. @Jock Young It’s evident bu your attacks on Trump and ignoring that Obama/Biden’s record on wars and warmongering is far worse, though all three are in the hip pocket of AIPAC.

    1. @XD MEDIA
      Funded what? An election? They don’t really cost that much. And we have never given Iran any taxpayer money.

    2. Biden hss ordered the cash pallets be loaded. Shouldn’t be a problem considering the treasury has printed six trillion thus far this year.

  2. I give it a year & Israel will strike Iran…& then the US will get involved & we’ll have to pay for it smh

    1. @Шон V their ballistic missile program is the main obstacle. They have thousands ready to launch that could devastate Israel and US bases. Not to mention they would activate every single terrorist cell they have.

    2. @Шон V very true. Except when US and Israel get air superiority.. then it’s desert storm all over

    3. The new Israel government isn’t going to attack Iran. They had to get rid of Netanyahu just like getting rid of Trump weakens the western world powers.

    1. Hey that’s what Obama did to get back our soldiers that Iranian pirates took hostage in open international waters

  3. FYI. Good simple explanations of Buddhist, Tao religions in “The Tao of Pooh”. Easy, fun read and amazing info. P.S. I’m a Lutheran.
    Raised to explore diversity. But a lover of my Father in heaven.

  4. Me just personally when I see why people put them self as heated and no need another one to develop like them , I think everyone need to develop to change

  5. Can someone explain to me why anyone, whether you’re a rep, dem or other, would be in favor of this?

    1. because we didn’t voting we want changes all governments we didn’t want islamic republicans anymore yes we want to overthrow the regime

    2. and the main reason of his victory was our non-participation, we boycotted the election because we want to overcome it , we will no longer tolerate dictatorship

  6. His attitude makes it clear that he’s confident that Iran will soon have nuclear weapons and that, combined, with the missiles to deliver them to anywhere in Europe will be all the leverage he needs to deal with the West.

    1. no he is on the Us sanction list. due to human violations,,, there is nothing he can do because he doesn’t have any degree this man is the end of the Islamic regime and it’s our decision to non-participation in elections

    2. @Jock Young You argue against Trump when he isn’t president now, you ignore Obama/Biden having a warmongering history that Trump didn’t, and I didn’t vote for Trump in 2016 or 20, and you run interference for Biden and AIPAC on these boards.

      Again, and then you use arguments that are similar to the ones that got us in the Iraq quagmire where 1 million Iraqis died, thousands of US soldiers were killed, had limbs blown off, record number of PTSD, etc, etc.

      Go shill for wars elsewhere.

    1. @Jock Young if their money put ammo in the guns of those pointed at our children than that’s why not

    2. @Mason R
      There were two different pots. One was their money that we had frozen after the revolution, and the other was money we owed them for a airplane deal that fell through. The reason we had to send cash is because we have no banking communication with them.

  7. Playing in the dirt while America and the UN make them even poorer. No matter their leadership, they are still a dog waiting for a treat

  8. Maybe we’ll get lucky and they’ll nuke us. I can’t be the only one ready for this crap to end.

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