Biden-Mossad Chief 'Meeting' Unlikely to Change Course of U.S.-Iran Nuclear Talks

The reported Cohen-Biden meeting capped a week-long visit to Washington by a senior Israeli delegation, relaying their concerns about a possible return to the 2015 nuclear deal

Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington
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WASHINGTON - Dueling narratives have emerged surrounding U.S. President Joe Biden's supposed meeting with Mossad chief Yossi Cohen at the White House last Friday — a meeting that will have little to no impact on any eventual U.S. decision to re-enter the Iran nuclear deal.

The reported Cohen-Biden meeting capped a week-long visit to Washington by a senior Israeli delegation, relaying their concerns.