Jimmy Carter has a unique talent of always being exactly wrong on American foreign policy. But today's report, that he's offering us more incredibly bad advice——this time on Iran——makes clear why he may well go down in history as the worst U.S. President of all time.It's also been obvious for some time that he's too wrapped up in self delusion to know that's how others see him:
The former American president, Jimmy Carter, has said that the United States should begin talks with Iran without preconditions.
Mr Carter believes prerequisites could present the Iranian Government with too great an impediment to overcome.
His comments are significant, given that he was the president when US relations with Iran hit an all—time low.
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