President Trump is making rash and risky moves that promise either brilliant success or catastrophic failure.
"We are going to continue to insist that Canadian foreign policy will be established in Canada and not in Washington or elsewhere around the world and I think it's a question for the current Conservative Party as to whether or not they agree with their former leader".
The spokesperson said May and Trump also discussed the relations between the U.S. and North Korea, as May began the call by congratulating Trump on the safe return of three USA citizens who had been held in North Korea. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo flew to Pyongyang to bring them home, and Trump was there to meet them when they arrived before dawn Thursday at Joint Base Andrews outside of Washington. I have opposed the Iran Deal since its inception and I applaud President Trump for ending the United States participation in a deal that never stood to benefit the United States or our allies. The Iranian government said it will take "whatever reciprocal measures it deems expedient" if it is not fully compensated for the USA withdrawal as provided for in the accord. I believe Kim looks at Trump and sees unprecedented opportunity.
He suggested that the Saudis are the key to offsetting market problems incurred by Iran, because as voluminous as USA shale has become, it won't accommodate every market "because it's very light sweet crude [and] not suitable for all refineries". "When they do, I am ready, willing and able".
"We did our best to prevent this outcome". It was the most serious military confrontation between the two rivals to date. "Obviously we need the only country that can unilaterally destroy this agreement to stay committed, which is Iran".
The President made the same claim in announcing his decision to pull the United States out of the Iran nuclear agreement earlier this week - an assertion that fact checkers have called "exaggerated" and lacking crucial context.
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He slammed the Congress for raising questions about the Army's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir . Yeddyurappa its chief ministerial candidate, while Rahul Gandhi spearheaded that of the Congress .
Bolton, whom President Donald Trump tapped in March to replace former national security adviser H.R. McMaster, emphasized in the CNN interview that it was his job to advise Trump but that the president is the one who makes the decisions. He seems to be trying to start an unthinkable war.
Raddatz asked Bolton what parts of the agreement Iran was violating. But actually it is, or was, quite good. The Iran Deal only emboldened the Iranian regime to secretly continue down the path it was already headed: the development of nuclear weapons. The Iranian Regime is unsafe to the world in every sense and Trump is giving the Iranian people at chance at life if he can get this wicked regime overthrown. None of the illicit facilities that the regime covertly built in violation of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty were required to be permanently closed down under the deal. Energy bureau officials controlled that problem through close coordination with other US agencies, embassies overseas and local law enforcement, the former State Department officials said. According to Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot, "Right now, the agreement, with all its faults, is working and is putting off realization of the Iranian nuclear vision by 10 to 15 years." Maj.
Iranian officials can just surrender. But they were also targeting their own government.
"They were shifting the balance of power in the Middle East until President Trump got out of this deal".