Senior Trump administration officials have sought to emphasise their deep concerns about Iran’s non-nuclear behaviour
The Trump administration has told Congress for a second time that Iran is complying with the nuclear deal and can keep enjoying sanctions relief, even as it insisted Tehran would face consequences for breaching “the spirit” of the deal.
President Donald Trump, who lambasted the 2015 pact as a candidate, gave himself more time to decide whether to dismantle it or let it stand. Instead, senior Trump administration officials sought to emphasise their deep concerns about Iran’s non-nuclear behaviour, saying transgressions won’t go unpunished.
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