How Congress Should Avoid Taking the Bait if Trump Fails to Certify Iran Nuclear Deal

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How Congress Should Avoid Taking the Bait if Trump Fails to Certify Iran Nuclear Deal
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President Trump has made clear since the he was on the campaign trail his extreme distaste for the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), negotiated among the United States, the UK, Germany, France, Russia, China, the EU, and Iran, to verifiably cut off all of Iran's potential pathways to a nuclear weapon in exchange for relief from nuclear-related, secondary sanctions. Rather than using his own available legal authority to stop implementing the JCPOA, Trump is looking for a way to make his apparent desire to back out of the deal Congress' problem. Congress shouldn't take the bait.

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