NewYou can now listen to Fox News articles!

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that President Biden had removed the stability achieved in the Middle East during the Trump administration by signing a new nuclear deal with Iran, the biggest threat in the region.

Prior to the president’s visit to Saudi Arabia, Pompeo appeared in “Sunday Morning Futures” to address the challenges currently facing the Biden administration, where some hope to seek Biden’s help in tackling skyrocketing gas prices and tackling Iran’s nuclear program.

Pompeo said the Biden administration “remembered” when Abraham decided to break away from the treaties and go back to the “crazy” Iran nuclear deal, which led to higher American fuel prices and “worsened every American life.”

“The stability we built in our four years is now wasted and thrown away,” he said. “They’re putting us all in danger.”

Iran’s enriched uranium is now 18 times the limit of the nuclear deal, says UN Watchdog

While the Biden administration hopes to pacify Iran, Pompeo said the Iranians could close the Strait of Hormuz and further increase fuel prices.

President Biden is set to make his first visit to the oil-rich country of Saudi Arabia since taking office in July, with some observers saying the goal is to reduce gasoline prices for consumers and counter Iran's nuclear weapons program.

President Biden is set to make his first visit to the oil-rich country of Saudi Arabia since taking office in July, with some observers saying the goal is to reduce gasoline prices for consumers and counter Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
(AP Photo / Ivan Wuxy, file)

According to Pompeo, the Biden administration’s efforts to reach a nuclear deal with Iran could also affect relations between the US and other countries.

“When you are on the side of the Iranians, when you are the biggest terrorist sponsor in the world, against Israel and against Saudi Arabia and the Emirates, the leaders of those countries have no faith in the United States,” Pompeo said. States, and they are unlikely to do a solid job for Joe Biden.

Former United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he believes Biden "wasted" stability in the Middle East to reach a new nuclear deal with Iran.

Former United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he believes Biden “wasted” stability in the Middle East to reach a new nuclear deal with Iran.
(Rachel Mummy / Bloomberg by Getty Images)

The former foreign secretary said he was “happy” that Biden’s visit recognized the need for more energy in the market, but questioned why the president first went to Iran, Venezuela and now Saudi Arabia instead of American energy producers. Such as the Midlands, Texas and Pennsylvania.

Biden to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel, West Bank in July

“The president of the United States must take responsibility and change directions,” Pompeo said. “He showed no signs of doing so. He likes to tell the American people ‘Do not believe your lying eyes’.”

Gas station prices as seen in New Jersey on June 10th.

Gas station prices as seen in New Jersey on June 10th.
(Fox News)

Click here to get the Fox News app

Despite renewed interest in the Biden administration to conclude a new nuclear deal with Iran, negotiations on Iran’s demands stalled, including the removal of its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from the State Department’s list of foreign terrorist organizations.

The US withdrew from the JCPOA, led by former President Donald Trump, for reasons such as the limitations of the agreement on the long-term barrier to Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons and the failure to address certain issues, such as Iran’s ballistic missile program.

Ron Blitzer and Benjamin Weinthal of Fox News contributed to the report.