The Myth of a 'Better' Iran Deal

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The Myth of a 'Better' Iran Deal
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While there is little doubt that Trump will continue to apply additional non-nuclear sanctions on Iran, all signs suggest that "waive and slap" won't be enough to quench his thirst to go after the nuclear deal itself. Instead, reports suggest that the president is leaning toward a second option , which could be called "decertification and renegotiation." Although Trump has twice certified that Iran is complying with the JCPOA under INARA, he has made no secret of his frustration with this outcome. During an interview with the Wall Street Journal in July, Trump said he'd be "very surprised" if Iran were found in compliance next time, noting, "If it was up to me, I would have had them noncompliant 180 days ago." In an apparent effort to lay the groundwork for such a move, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley presented the case for decertification in a speech to the American Enterprise Institute on Sept. 5. And on Sept. 14, Trump told reporters: "You'll see what I'm going to be doing very shortly in Octob ...

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