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Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in testimony Wednesday that the Biden administration is willing to lift sanctions necessary in an Iran nuclear deal even if those entities fund terrorism.

The Biden administration is making an aggressive attempt to revive talks with Iran over curbing its nuclear program despite ongoing tensions over blatant human rights abuses, the unsolved fate of the longest-held American hostage, and Iranian proxy attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq. So we can absolutely count on Iran 100% to honor any new deals, which will undoubtedly be sweetened by another pallet of cash delivered under the cover of night.

Here’s the clip of Blinken’s exchange with US Senator Susan Collins (R-ME):

The Biden administration previously rescinded former President Donald Trump’s determination that all U.S. sanctions against Iran must be restored. Also rescinded were heavy travel restrictions on Iranian diplomats posted to the United Nations.

Meanwhile, Iran announced on Feb. 23 that it had halted voluntary implementation of additional protocols agreed to under the deal, a sign interpreted by the international community that Tehran intended to ramp up its nuclear program.