World leaders await President Trump’s decision on whether he will sign off on a waiver to keep the U.S. involved in the disastrous Iran Nuclear deal that President Obama helped negotiate.
Trump campaigned on scrapping the “bad deal” but has yet to follow up on the promise, but may set a deadline for the U.S. Congress and European leaders to fix the flawed deal or he will make good on his campaign promise.
European countries support the deal wholeheartedly, why?
Well, considering that money has been flowing into the Islamic state since economic sanctions were lifted, European banks have millions of reasons for wanted the deal to stay in place.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio is suggesting to President Trump to impose new, stricter sanctions against the Mullah-controlled country, if he decides to stay on board with the deal.
“The deeply flawed Obama ‘Iran deal’ should not be a grant of immunity to Iran from sanctions related to non-nuclear activities. Should the President choose to remain in the Iran nuclear deal, he should also impose new sanctions against elements of the Iranian government, including the Central Bank of Iran and other Iranian banks, that are involved in or facilitating the regime’s human rights abuses against Iranian protesters, its ballistic missile program, or its support for terrorism, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or regional destabilization.”-Sen. Marco Rubio
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