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US plans to withdraw from Iran nuke deal, reinstate sanctions – report

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Re: US plans to withdraw from Iran nuke deal, reinstate sanctions – report

Post  Admin on Tue 08 May 2018, 5:36 pm

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Tehran to be hit with old, new sanctions as US plans to quit Iran nuke deal – report
Published time: 8 May, 2018 15:48
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Tehran to be hit with old, new sanctions as US plans to quit Iran nuke deal – report
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US President Donald Trump is planning to impose old sanctions on Iran and add new ones, the New York Times reported citing sources. Trump is expected to announce his decision on the nuclear deal on Tuesday.
Trump told French President Emmanuel Macron his intention to pull out from the deal during a phone call between the two leaders on Tuesday morning, the Times reports. However, Macron's office denied the report after Reuters reached out for comment.


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Vienna January 16, 2016. © Kevin LamarqueThe Iran nuclear deal explained
A source who was briefed on the conversation told the Times that Trump plans to reinstate all sanctions the United States had waived as part of the 2015 nuclear accord. New economic sanctions will also be imposed, according to the source.


The information was leaked to the newspaper two hours before the expected Trump's announcement.


Trump has been a vocal opponent of the nuclear deal, a policy stance that has been praised by Israel but met with disapproval among Washington’s European allies.


The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), known as the Iran nuclear deal, imposes strict restrictions on Iran’s nuclear capabilities, in exchange for sanctions relief. The 2015 agreement was signed by the five permanent UN Security Council members (Russia, China, the US, UK, France) and Germany.


Tehran said on Tuesday that its response to Trump’s announcement will be dictated by what would best safeguard its own national interests.


"Iran is monitoring US and European stance closely, and will react to U.S. decision based on its own national interests," Iran’s deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi said after a meeting with envoys from France, Britain, Germany and the European Union in Brussels as quoted by Iranian media.


Tehran has previously signaled that it would consider staying in the deal, in the case of Washington pulling out from the agreement.


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While our government law enforcement agencies are continuing the witch hunt against Trump, something else is going on right under their noses.

After a report was made about John Kerry using backchannels to keep the Iran deal in place, Devin Nunes called for Kerry’s arrest for Logan Act violations…


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The Logan Act
The Logan Act came into law in 1799, but it has never actually been used in prosecution.

However, it was brought back into prominence during the presidential election.

Liberals were trying to drum up charges against Trump to prevent him from taking over the White House.

Both during the election season and after he was elected, Trump had met with some foreign officials.

While the Dems and liberals in general made this out to be a crime, it is something that has been done by every presidential candidate and president-elect in modern times.

In fact, Hillary Clinton was having her own meetings with foreign government officials, but they never said a peep about that.

The legislation itself says no private citizen, without proper authority from the United States, can have discussions with foreign governments to influence policy.

What Makes Kerry Different
While allowing the two presidential candidates and the president-elect to “catch up” with foreign governments and introduce themselves is a courtesy the White House gives these individuals, Kerry does not have that right.

Kerry has reportedly taken it upon himself to preserve Obama’s legacy, nothing more.

This is a blatant undermining of the office of the president by Kerry.

Furthermore, this is a textbook violation of the Logan Act.

Conservatives are going insane, and rightfully so.

If Michael Flynn can be brought up on charges while serving the president-elect for talking to foreign government officials, then why is Kerry not facing the same penalty?

Should Kerry be Arrested?
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If Jeff Sessions has a single ounce of integrity, he will send the FBI over to Kerry’s house and take him away in shackles.

At the very least, an immediate investigation into Kerry must be ordered for the charges of treason against the United States of America.
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US plans to withdraw from Iran nuke deal, reinstate sanctions – report
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US plans to withdraw from Iran nuke deal, reinstate sanctions – report
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US President Donald Trump is planning to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal and impose new sanctions on Iran, the New York Times reported siting sources. Trump is expected to announce his decision on the deal on Tuesday.
Trump told French President Emmanuel Macron his intention to pull out from the deal during a phone call between the two leaders on Tuesday morning, the Times reports.
A source who was briefed on the conversation told the Times that Trump plans to reinstate all sanctions the United States had waived as part of the 2015 nuclear accord. New economic sanctions will also be imposed, according to the source.
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