After a series of condemnations against Iran, US President Donald Trump is expected to report that Iran hasn’t been upholding its part of the Nuclear Deal and with that, put the decision in the hands of Congress.
Will the deal be canceled? Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 New
US President Donald Trump must face Congress until October 15th in order to either authorize the Iran Nuclear Deal or hand over the decision to Congress. According to the Washington Post, next week, Trump will announce that he believes Iran is breaking the terms of the deal.
Trump is expected to impose a series of sanctions on Iran for its support of terrorism, including harsh sanctions against the Revolutionary Guard. “The administration looks forward to sharing details of our Iran strategy at the appropriate time,” stated national security official Michael Anton.
Possible sanctions against Revolutionary Guard Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 News
Yesterday, Reuters reported that the European Union, British, French and German ambassadors and former senior-level officials of the Barack Obama administration plan to pressure US Congress legislators to maintain the current nuclear agreement with Iran.