Criticizing the Trump administration's foreign policy, the former US president said that the world is still questioning how to trust the United States on issues such as Iran nuclear deal and the Paris Agreement.

Iran Press/America: In an interview with the Washington Post on Monday, Barack Obama added: "The world will still question how reliable and steady would be the United States during the Biden era, for example, regarding the Paris Agreement and the Iran nuclear agreement."

Pointing out that Biden intends to join the Paris Climate Agreement and the Iran nuclear deal, soon after taking office, Obama added: "the return of trust to the United States will not be rebuilt overnight."

"In any case, there is some damage and it will take some time for us to get out of it," he said, adding that he hopes Biden's cabinet and those elected would be able to do so, but that could not happen immediately.

Since he came to power, on the pretext that it is to the detriment of the United States or incomplete or inconsistent with its security interests, Donald Trump withdrew from many international agreements, including the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Treaty on Open Skies, the Paris climate agreement. 219