Trump to pull out of Iran nuclear deal, United States media reports suggest

Jerome Frank
October 7, 2017

Iran, which was also reportedly a topic of discussion between the President and military officials, has been under diplomatic attack from the USA recently over the 2015 Nuclear Agreement.

Trump and other officials, including Tillerson, have said Iran is violating the spirit of the agreement because of its testing of ballistic missiles, threats to usa allies in the Middle East, and support for US-designated terrorist organizations and Syria's government. "If the administration could put the nuclear deal in a corner, everyone could happily get back to work on dealing with everything else that is a problem with Iran", a senior administration official said Thursday. Washington and rest of world is suspecting Trump's intentions regarding the Iran nuclear deal.

"We must not allow obtain nuclear weapons", Trump said.

Trump had in the past called the Iran nuclear pact an "embarrassment" and "the worst deal ever negotiated".

Tillerson said on Wednesday that Trump would be given recommendations on the deal.

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Mattis suggested not leaving the agreement on Iranian nuclear program, since there is now no evidence of violations by Tehran and it meets the interests of Washington.

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A couple of seconds later, POTUS pointed around the room and asked members of the pool, "You guys know what this represents?"

It is believed that Trump would not recommend the Congress to re-impose sanctions in order to reach a compromise with many congressional leaders who stand for keeping the deal at least with some changes. Trump asked. "Maybe it's the calm before the storm".

The president refused Friday to elaborate on what he meant, saying simply, "You'll find out".

The White House is outright refusing to explain the President's statement.

The governments fear that a concerted effort to persuade Trump to continue to certify the deal may have failed and hence are now looking for other ways, The Guardian reports. He accused Iran of not living up to the deal.

In a speech last month at the United Nations, Trump warned that the United States would "totally destroy" North Korea if needed to defend itself or US allies.

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