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White House News: Statement by the President Regarding the Reimposition of Nuclear-Related Sanctions on Iran

In May, I announced that the United States would withdraw from the horrible, one-sided Iran nuclear deal. This agreement failed in its fundamental objective, which was to permanently block all paths to an Iranian nuclear bomb, and it did nothing to address the regime’s malign actions across the Middle East and beyond.


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