Despite being busted by the Boston Globe less than 10 days ago for conspiring with Iranians against President Trump, John Kerry isn’t stopping.

But instead of meeting with them in America, he’s taken his secret meetings overseas.

Jason Osborne, a former advisor to the Trump and Ben Carson campaigns tweeted photos he says prove Kerry met with Iranian officials in Paris this weekend.

“So John Kerry just left a meeting @ L’Avenue in Paris w/3 Iranians,” Osborne tweeted on Saturday.

“A friend was sitting next to their table and heard JK blasting @realDonaldTrump. The Iranians had a 5 person security detail and left in diplomatic vehicles. Is he FARA registered?” he asked, referring to the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

Today, Osborne, posted more evidence:

“Just got pictures of the 3 Iranians who met with John Kerry yesterday,” he tweeted.

“They are entering their hotel the ‘Prince De Galles’. Anyone know who they are?”

M. Hanif Jazayeri, a news editor for Free Iran responded, “The one is front is certainly Kamal Kharazi (Iran regime’s (foreign minister) from 1997-2005).”

He claimed one of the others appears to be the current Ambassador to France, Abolghassem Delfi.

“Please bear in mind these ppl aren’t diplomats. They’re diplomat-terrorists,” Jazayeri tweeted.

The Boston Globe reported May 4:

John Kerry’s bid to save one of his most significant accomplishments as secretary of state took him to New York on a Sunday afternoon two weeks ago, where, more than a year after he left office, he engaged in some unusual shadow diplomacy with a top-ranking Iranian official.

He sat down at the United Nations with Foreign Minister Javad Zarif to discuss ways of preserving the pact limiting Iran’s nuclear weapons program. It was the second time in about two months that the two had met to strategize over salvaging a deal they spent years negotiating during the Obama administration, according to a person briefed on the meetings.

With the Iran deal facing its gravest threat since it was signed in 2015, Kerry has been on an aggressive yet stealthy mission to preserve it, using his deep lists of contacts gleaned during his time as the top US diplomat to try to apply pressure on the Trump administration from the outside. President Trump, who has consistently criticized the pact and campaigned in 2016 on scuttling it, faces a May 12 deadline to decide whether to continue abiding by its terms.

For what it’s worth, “traitor” in French is “traitre.”