Trump decertifies the Iran nuclear deal
Wibbitz Top Stories - Friday, 13 October 2017 (1 week ago)
President Trump refused to certify the Iran nuclear deal for a third time. What is the purpose of a deal that at best only delays Iran's nuclear capability for a short period of time? This as president of the United States is unacceptable. Trump is putting the pressure on lawmakers to pass a new law, spelling out conditions under which sanctions could be re-imposed. He also threatened to pull out of the deal completely if fixes aren't made.
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