President Donald Trump Pulls U.S. out of Iran Nuclear Deal

On Tuesday, following through on his campaign promises, President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal which was concocted under Barack Obama, in what was surely extremely bizarre circumstances with $1.7 billion in cash being delivered to Iran on an airport runway. Isn’t that just weird, right?

Donald Trump has previously called it the worst deal ever, and he reiterated this on Tuesday by threatening sanctions on and even promising punishment on any country that helps Iran in pursuit of nuclear weapons. Donald Trump’s decision comes after failed attempts by French President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel’s of Germany, visited the White House to try and convince Trump to stay in the deal in the past few weeks alone. However, this did not work and Donald Trump stayed true to his word once again, but just why would France and Germany wish for America to stay in the deal?

Well, it’s no real secret that both France and Germany have some financial incentives in the existing deal, and losing the super strength of the U.S. will now bring this deal into question, with Donald Trump perhaps willing to renegotiate an entirely new deal.

President Trump addresses the press after withdrawing from the disastrous Iran Nuclear Deal. Credit: ABC7 News

Donald Trump said, “America will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail” from the Diplomatic Reception room of the White House. May 12th was the deadline on the announcement for the 2015 pact, which he had promised to extract the U.S. from since his Presidential campaigning across America began.

The European allies begging for Trump to remain in the deal couldn’t sway the President, and whilst the mainstream media after his announcement said that this might bring the dealings with North Korea into turmoil, Trump simply said that new secretary of state Mike Pompeo’s arrival in Pyongyang was imminent in order to hold further talks. Looks like Trump really trumped the mainstream media again. As usual, President Donald Trump is two steps ahead, and this can only be a good thing.

President of Iran Hassan Rouhani said that Trump’s “psychological war and economic pressures will not work.”

Iranians have since been seen burning U.S. flags, which should tell you something of where their allegiances really lie. Remember Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu recently proved that the Iran deal was based on “lies and Iranian deception.”

He stated, “Even after the deal was made, Iran continued to preserve and expand its nuclear know-how for use at a later date.”

Hassan Rouhani told state TV that he’s ready to “start enriching uranium more than before, and will start ramping up production in the next few weeks.”

A few Protesters stood outside the White House Tuesday as Trump announced the withdrawal, however, not that many, right? Credit: Getty Images

Barack Obama called Trump pulling out of his Iran deal as “misguided”, and John Kerry even claimed that this “breaks America’s word to the rest of the world.”

Trump called the deal “disastrous” and an “embarrassment” back since when he was on the campaign trail, so it’s not a new stance that he’s adopting on this deal, which he has labelled the “worst deal ever”. The deal from 2015 might just bring into question a lot of the motivations behind the deal, with the guise of evil globalist politicians perhaps being intertwined into all of it? Who knows?

Donald Trump also has the definite proof that Iran lied about its pursuit of weapons of mass destruction. He said, “If the regime continues its nuclear aspirations, it will have bigger problems than it has ever had before. It is clear to me that we cannot prevent an Iranian nuclear bomb under the decaying and rotten structure of the current agreement.”

Trump also reiterated Iran’s involvement in the support of worldwide terrorism, saying, “The Iran deal is defective at its core. If we do nothing, we know exactly what will happen: In just a short period of time, the world’s leading state sponsor of terror will be on the cusp of acquiring the world’s most dangerous weapons.”

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks with the media. Credit: The Times of Israel

Iran has said that they will now confer with Russia and China in a snide remark to the U.S. whilst France, Germany and the U.K. have asked the U.S. not to do anything that prevents them from keeping the nuclear deal intact even without Washington D.C.’s participation.

National Security Advisor John Bolton told reporters after Donald Trump announced his decision, “We’re out of the deal.’

“The only sure way to get on the path of stopping Iran from developing nuclear weapons and delivery capabilities is to get out of the deal, and that’s what the president has done. There’s a wind-down period to allow orderly termination.”

When John Bolton was asked if the U.S. were in violation of the 2015 deal, he said, “No, I don’t think we’re violating, I think we’re withdrawing from it.”

John Bolton (above), praised the decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. Credit: FOX

Trump concluded his case with, “We will not allow a regime that chants “Death to America” to gain access to the most deadly weapons on earth.” That’s pretty much a no brainer in international relations, we believe, as well.

In Tehran, Iran, the President Rouhani has said that they are “unwilling” to negotiate a new deal, to which Donald Trump said, “That’s fine. I’d probably say the same thing if I were in their position. But the fact is they are probably going to want to make a new and lasting deal… When they do, I am ready, willing, and able.”

So, there you have it! As expected, Donald Trump has pulled the U.S. out of the disastrous Iran deal, and now Barack Obama’s strange legacy is more or less entirely undone, and that can only be a good thing for America and the world.

 

Story by The Narrator

Featured Photo Credit: Getty Images

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