Contrary to whole world, Trump says Iran doesn't comply with nuclear deal
Trump has angrily accused Iran of sponsoring terrorism and said he would deny the regime "all paths to a nuclear weapon".
He said Tehran had not stuck to the “spirit” of a nuclear weapons agreement signed in 2015 and condemned the deal saying it was “too lenient”.
In a speech at the White House, the U.S. president said Iran had committed "multiple violations" and he "cannot and will not make this certification".
The president said he was directing his administration to work closely with Congress to address the deal's "many flaws" and to make sure the country can never threaten the US with nuclear weapons.
If Congress could not come up with new legislation, he said he would terminate the Obama-era pact. ■
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