Biden slams Trump on Iran policy, says he hurt US interests

SCOTT SONNER Associated Press SPARKS, Nev. (AP) — Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday blamed President Donald Trump's withdrawal from a nuclear agreement with Iran for the current instability in the Middle East and touted his own foreign policy experience as a key reason he's the Democrat with the best chance to unseat him in November. Biden said at a rally in the early caucus state of Nevada that everything that has happened in Iran and Iraq in recent weeks was brought on by Trump "walking away" from a nuclear deal in 2018 that enjoyed strong international support. Mocking one of Trump's favorite political slogans, he said the president's obsession with isolationism has pushed America's allies away. " `America first' has made America last," he told a crowd of more than 600 i
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