By Bob Unruh
President Trump Friday refused to recertify Barack Obama’s expensive Iran nuclear deal, which cost American taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars in cash, telling members of Congress there are “many serious flaws” that need to be addressed.
The decision not to recertify the deal doesn’t mean it collapses immediately. In fact, things stay pretty much as they are while Congress now has 60 days to review the issues and decide what, if anything, to do.
But Trump does have the authority, as president, to simply drop out at any time he would choose, a move that undoubtedly would send shock waves through Iran and the other world powers involved.
Trump warned that Iran is under the control “of a fanatic regime” and it repeatedly has attacked and killed Americans over the years.
That aggression, he said, “continues to this day.”
Trump said his goal is to make sure “Iran never, and I mean never, acquires a nuclear weapon.”
“Given the regime’s murderous past and present, we should not take lightly its sinister vision for the future. The regime’s two favorite chants are ‘Death to America’ and ‘Death to Israel,’” he said.
“The Iranian regime has committed multiple violations of the agreement. For example, on two separate occasions, …read more
Source:: World Net Daily