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Make No Mistake: Trump Is Paving the Way For War with Iran

Make No Mistake: Trump Is Paving the Way For War with Iran

With US President Donald Trump announcing the decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, people around the world are left wondering about what's going to happen next, and how the parties involved in the making of this agreement might attempt to salvage the situation.

Despite US criticism that the accord does not go far enough in monitoring Iran's activities, the IAEA says the JCPOA has given it much wider access to Iran's nuclear facilities, pointing to the fact that its inspectors now spend 3,000 man days per year on the ground there.

Russian Federation and the European powers also vowed to stick with the deal, with leading USA allies in Europe calling on Washington not to do anything to undermine their commitment to keeping the deal in place.

"With this decision, President Trump is risking US national security, recklessly upending foundational partnerships with key USA allies in Europe and gambling with Israel's security", said Menendez, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Late Tuesday night, President Hassan Rouhani said he'd be sending Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the countries still in the deal - China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom.

Trump on Tuesday scuttled the nuclear deal with Iran and reimposed tough economic sanctions on the country.

"It seems that Mr. Trump does not have the mental capacity to deal with issues and the language of force is more effective for this person so that he could face the consequences of his arrogant personality", Larijani stated. The U.S. just gave up its seat at the table.

Bagheri went on to assert that the "young and unwise Saudi ruler" - a reference to Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman - had offered to pay for a USA war on Iran but that they had ultimately "dared not attack us".

I don't think they should do that. "President Trump's decision is the correct one".

If that fails, the European Union could also use a blocking statute to protect companies conducting business with Iran from USA sanctions, as it did when it lifted its own sanctions on Cuba.

"They're completely wrong. We had a rotten deal Iran", Bolton said on "Fox & Friends".

"Aren't such idiotic measures shameful for a country with a claim on global management that even its allies are trying to stop him from taking them and control him?" he asked, referring to European leaders' support for the deal. "So we want to adhere to it and see to it that Iran does too, that Iran behaves with restraint". "We accepted the JCPOA, but enmities with the Islamic Republic did not end", he said.

"I would advise Iran not to start their nuclear program; I would advise them very strongly", the USA president told reporters at the White House.

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