Former U.S. Envoy to Israel Quits Biden's Iran Team Amid Criticism Over Nuke Talks

Veteran diplomat Dan Shapiro leaves Iran team after only seven months, will join D.C.-based Atlantic Council. Shapiro tweeted that he continues to support Biden's policy to ensure 'Iran never possesses a nuclear weapon'

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Dan Shapiro, who served as U.S. ambassador to Israel under the Obama administration, has departed the Biden administration's team on Iran after seven months as a special government employee and part-time senior adviser.

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