Trump Seeks New Conditions for Iran Nuclear Agreement
The buck stops there. Announcing he’ll refuse to re-certify the international deal to limit the “rogue” regime’s nuclear development, President Donald Trump didn’t kill it entirely, as he’d promised. This triggers a review by Congress, which could simply reimpose sanctions, but the administration is urging lawmakers to establish conditions that would allow continued U.S. participation, such as halting missile development and aid to militant groups. Iran’s said it won’t renegotiate, and other signatories — even allies Germany, France and Britain — have said they’re committed to maintaining the current version of the pact.