Can the Iran Nuclear Deal Be Saved?

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Can the Iran Nuclear Deal Be Saved?

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Trump called it “the worst deal ever negotiated,” a shameful remark, a bald-faced lie, mocking an important diplomatic agreement. 

Years of hard talks went into consummating it, despite knowledge of no Iranian intent to develop nuclear weapons, wanting them abolished.

Seven countries agreed on the JCPOA deal – the five permanent Security Council members, along with Germany and Iran.

Trump remains the sole outlier, heading toward possibly reneging on what his predecessor agreed to – more proof that America can never be trusted.

Its agreements aren’t worth the paper they’re written on, numerous ones breached throughout its history.

Will the JCPOA be next? A May 12 deadline approaches. Trump must decide on or before this date whether he’ll reimpose
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