You Vote: Should Biden continue trying to revive the Iran nuclear deal?
Negotiations restart in last-ditch effort to save agreement.
Negotiators from the U.S., Iran, and Europe arrived in Vienna on Thursday for talks that could be the last chance at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal.
The deal, from which former President Trump withdrew the U.S. in 2018, places temporary curbs on Iran's nuclear program in exchange for large-scale sanctions relief.
President Biden has made it a priority since the 2020 campaign to revive the deal, but time seems to be running out after negotiations had stalled.
If you were the president, would you keep pushing to save the nuclear deal, or is it time for a Plan B? Here's your chance to weigh in:
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