Back during the 2016 presidential primary season, then-candidate Donald Trump promised to scrap the disastrous Iran Nuclear deal if he won the presidency.
Now that Trump is president, it looks as if he could, and most likely, make good on that campaign promise.
Trump is set to decide on whether the deal stays, and from the looks of it, the U.S. is poised to back out of the Obama-era “political” deal.
Senator Marco Rubio (R) tweeted what most Americans may not know. The Iran Nuke deal is not “a binding agreement” because in order for such a deal to be properly sanction by the U.S. government, the U.S. Senate must approve it.
“The current #IranDeal does not further U.S. national security. Also not a binding agreement under U.S. law b/c never submitted for Senate approval. It is a political agreement made by the previous administration & today it should end under @Potus admin.”–Senator Marco Rubio
Israel, the lone Democracy in the Middle East, is unequivocally opposed to the deal.
Trump has scrapped the disastrous deal.