Ayatollah Khamenei and Donald Trump

Trump Keeps Iran Nuclear Deal But Still Wants Changes

The Iran nuclear deal will apparently survive its latest 90-day review, despite President Trump’s frequent criticisms of the arrangement and requests for alternatives from his advisers, and the Trump administration’s strong criticism of the Iranian government’s crackdown on the recent popular uprising.

Iran rebels pose with a U.S. flag they bayoneted upside down on trees at Sultanabad Garrison northeast of Tehran, Iran on Feb. 12, 1979. (AP Photo/Saris)

A Brief Timeline of Iran-Sponsored Terrorism Since 1979

WASHINGTON, D.C. – From its warmongering in Iraq, Syria, and to a degree in Yemen, to its meddling in Lebanon, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian territories and Turkey, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its terrorist proxy in Lebanon, Hezbollah, have caused chaos in the Middle East region since it came to power in 1979.


Iran’s Rouhani: ‘If Our Rival and Enemy Leaves an Agreement, This Is Not a Defeat for Us’

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told a cabinet meeting on Wednesday that it shouldn’t bother Iran if the United States withdraws from the nuclear deal. “If any side fails to stand committed to the deal, it would be tarnishing its own reputation,” he said. Meanwhile, the Iranian resistance has accused Rouhani’s government of systematically cheating on the nuclear deal.

The UN atomic agency chief affirmed Iran's commitment to a 2015 nuclear deal, in a statement that came as US President Donald Trump said Tehran was not living up to the "spirit" of the agreement

Exclusive – Rep. Lee Zeldin: President Trump Should Not Recertify Iran Nuclear Deal

President Trump should not recertify the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), otherwise known as the Iran Nuclear Deal. The JCPOA is not in America’s best interests. This so-called “deal” isn’t a pathway for how to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. It is a blueprint for exactly how Iran can acquire a nuclear weapon. It was a very bad, one-sided deal, for what was in the deal, and a very bad, one-sided deal, for what was not in the deal.


Iranian Foreign Minister: Trump’s ‘Posturing,’ ‘Alternative Facts’ Destroyed America’s Credibility

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said during an interview with Politico that President Trump’s “posturing,” “publicity stunts,” use of “alternative facts,” and “insulting” speech to the U.N. General Assembly have put Iran in a stronger diplomatic position than ever by destroying the credibility of the United States.

Report: Bolton, Gorka, Bannon Urged Trump to End Iran Deal

Sarah Westwood at the Washington Examiner reports that President Donald Trump is considering the nullification of the Iran nuclear deal in October, some days or weeks ahead of the next scheduled 90-day certification of Iran’s compliance with the deal.