It was the deal finalized under cover of darkness – billions pouring into a totalitarian regime that ranks among the very worst for human rights violations—particularly those against women, homosexuals, and Christians. An American president, oddly desperate to bow before the Iranian mullahs, capitulated at every turn, gained nothing in the way of true peace and stability while giving a green light to a country that has long advocated for the total annihilation of Israel.
And now? This same Iranian regime is openly bragging of the weapons it has constructed from the money Barack Obama sent to them as part of a disasterous nuclear arms treaty. The situation with Iran has become so unstable that Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern nations are pushing to develop their own nuclear weapons. One of the most unstable regions in the world will soon be pointing nukes at themselves and the world courtesy of Barack Obama.
Word is Donald Trump is getting very close to throwing away the horrendously bad Obama Iran nuke deal that gave the #1 state sponsor of terrorism in the entire world the green light to move forward with its nuclear capability program. It was also the same deal that had Obama shipping hundreds of millions of dollars to the Islamic terror state under cover of darkness and without any Congressional oversight.
Trump appears to see things very differently from Mr. Obama where Iran is concerned.
Via Zero Hedge:
…After loudly criticizing the Iran deal as one of the “worst deal ever”, the Trump administration is planning to move ahead with its plans to reimpose sanctions, Axios reports that Trump told Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu that he will demand “significant changes” to the deal in his negotiations over possible modifications as the different parties try to come to a “last chance” compromise to keep it intact.
President Trump told Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in their meeting at the White House last Monday that he won’t show flexibility in the negotiations with France, Germany and the U.K. on amending the Iran nuclear deal, two senior Israeli officials told me.
The officials say Trump told Netanyahu that until now the three European powers only proposed “cosmetic changes” that he doesn’t find satisfactory. Trump said he demands “significant changes” in the Iran deal itself and not simply the addition of a supplemental agreement between the U.S. and the European countries, according to the officials.
The bottom line: Trump stressed that if his demands are not met, the U.S. will withdraw from the deal.