In his June 14 op-ed, “Is the Iran-U. S. tinderbox about to ignite?,” David Ignatius played a dangerous game. He misstated Iran’s public stance, suggesting it rejected all talks when it only rejected talks with a promise-breaking U.S. regime. Mr. Ignatius claimed Iran is moving to escape provisions of the 2015 nuclear agreement, but it’s not obvious an agreement remains to be broken. He repeatedly implied Iran had attacked Japanese tankers, relying on a U.S. administration with an acute lying habit and less evidence than we had for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.