President Trump Decided to Unwind Iran Nuclear Deal
US President Donald Trump is expected to announce soon that he will unwind the former president Barack Hussein Obama’s landmark international deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program, a senior administration official said Thursday, in a step leading to renewed US sanctions against the Tehran regime .
The decision on the nuclear deal is expected to be just a part of what President Trump will announce.
President Trump is expected to roll out a broader US strategy on Iran that would be more confrontational.
The Trump Administration has frequently criticized Iran’s conduct in the Middle East.
If President Trump declines to certify Iran’s compliance with the accord, US congressional leaders would have 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions on Tehran suspended under the agreement.
President Trump has long criticized the Iran nuclear pact, a Key foreign policy achievement of his Democratic predecessor Barack Hussein Obama, and signed in Y 2015 by the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China, the European Union and Iran.
Supporters of the deal say its collapse could trigger a regional arms race and worsen Middle East tensions.
Opponents say it went too far in easing sanctions without requiring that Iran end its nuclear program permanently.
The Trump Unwind is a further step to completed shred the legacy of Barack Hussein Obama’s presidency.
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