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    White House: Trump almost decided to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal

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    Post by Rocky Thu 03 May 2018, 2:52 am

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    White House: Trump almost decided to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal

    White House officials and sources familiar with the discussions within the US administration have revealed that President Donald Trump has almost taken his decision to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal.
    A White House official said Trump "is likely to withdraw from the agreement but has not made the decision yet and appears ready to do so, but until a decision is made by the president, it is not final."
    A second White House official said senior aides were not eager to talk about Trump's withdrawal from the deal because he appeared determined to do so.
    A source familiar with the administration's internal discussions on Wednesday did not rule out the possibility that Trump would choose to keep the United States within the international agreement under which Iran agreed to limit its nuclear program in return for lifting sanctions to "maintain the alliance" with France and save face. French President Emmanuel Macaron, who met Terramp last week and urged him not to withdraw from the agreement.
    Diplomats said that if Trump decided not to extend the lifting of sanctions on Iran, it would lead to the collapse of the deal and could provoke a violent reaction from Iran, which could resume its nuclear program or "punish" America's allies in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Lebanon.
    Trump is expected to announce on May 12 whether he will renew the suspension of US sanctions on Iran.
    A White House official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Trump could reach a decision "not about a complete withdrawal" but the official could not say what Trump would do.
    Tehran denies seeking nuclear weapons and accuses Israel of raising global suspicions against it.


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