Ironic or planed event? (Pressured by Congress, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) lobbying group and Israel, President Bill Clinton swiftly scrapped the deal by issuing two executive orders that outlawed all trade with Iran. Clinton announced the decision on April 30, 1995, in a speech before the World Jewish Congress in what at the time was described as "a major demonstration of support for Israel." )
When it comes to Iran, there's always what Israel wants, leading the call to oppress or a road to war.
Dec 2001- For the Iranians, this was a moment of triumph. Not only had a major enemy of Iran been defeated, but Iran had also demonstrated how it could help stabilize the region and how Washington could benefit from a better relationship with Tehran.
But the joyous mood in Tehran quickly turned sour. On January 29, 2002, President George W. Bush lumped Iran together with Iraq and North Korea, describing all three as dangerous and threatening states that formed an "Axis of Evil." Once again, Iran had been punished rather than rewarded for reaching out and collaborating with the United States. The Iranian hardliners' skepticism about the US government's trustworthiness appeared to have been proven right.
There's an agenda in the region, unrest and chaos. Allowing Iran to seem as a stabilizer will not be tolerated.
Trump Isn't the First US President to Betray Iran