Trump Keeps Promise – Pulls Out of Iran Nuclear Deal

The Iran nuclear deal was one of the worst international deals in history and one that should never have been agreed to in the first place. At the time, most international advisers warned Obama and Kerry about the deal, telling them NOT to sign it.

However, Obama was more interested in helping a nation who is a sworn enemy of the United States than he was in protecting America and our allies, namely Israel, who also said the deal would lead to Iran attacking Israel sooner rather than later.

During his 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump said the Iran nuclear deal was bad for the United States and that if elected, he would pull the US out of the deal and today, he kept that promise.

(Fox News) – President Trump on Tuesday announced plans to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, saying the pact has failed to halt the country’s nuclear ambitions.

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Speaking in the Diplomatic Room of the White House, Trump said: “I am announcing today the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.”

He said, “The Iran deal is defective at its core.”

A source said that Trump’s announcement will start a 90-day countdown to the restoration of sanctions.

“At the heart of the Iran deal was a giant fiction, that a murderous regime desired only a peaceful, nuclear energy program,” Trump said Tuesday. “Today, we have definitive proof that this Iranian promise was a lie.” …

Some believe that both John Kerry and Barack Obama should have faced charges of treason for their roles in the Iran nuclear deal. Kerry has also been violating law in trying to work behind the scenes with Iran and without US approval to keep the nuclear deal. Sadly, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been too weak to take any action against either of the men for their crimes.




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