"I realize that we can not prevent an Iranian nuclear bomb from the decaying and rotten structure of the present agreement," said Trump from the White House diplomatic room. If we do nothing, we know exactly what will happen. "
Announcing his telegrams, Trump said he would introduce new sanctions against the regime and paralyze his predecessor's test-act negotiated by him, Trump said," any country that helps Iran obtain nuclear weapons will be severely sanctioned
Trump's decision could have explosive consequences, disrupting long-standing US alliances, disrupting the oil markets and exacerbating tensions in the Middle East
It also isolates Trump on the global stage, where he has angered even the most loyal American allies by violating the obligations of the future USA to the Climate Agreement of Paris and the resignation of the Ha [1
Response was swift
Some of America 's closest allies, Great Britain, France and Germany made a statement expressing" regret and concern "over the decision, citing Iran' s adherence to the agreement and its" continued commitment "to
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said he had ordered the country's nuclear industry to resume industrial uranium enrichment, while the country's foreign minister said he would work with the pact's remaining partners – France, Britain, Germany, China and Russia – working together to see if they could "bring full benefits to Iran. The result will determine our answer, "Javad Zarif tweeted.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told CNN he was worried that the US decision would create "new crises" in the Middle East.
"We do not need new crises in the region," said Erdogan CNNs Becky Anderson.
US opponents took the decision to portray the US as an international outlier, and underlined that the US, not Iran, are now technically in violation of the US
"The position announced by Washington is a significant violation of the JCPOA," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement Trump's decision as "new Confirmation of Washington's incompetence ".
The Russians also said that US claims about Iran's absolutely legitimate nuclear activities are just a cover for maintaining political outcomes with the country.
In fact, high-ranking representatives of the Trump administration – including Mike Pompeo and the director Daniel Coats – have said that Iran is fulfilling its obligations under the agreement.
But Trump has argued while perhaps sticking to the letter of the agreement, they have broken their minds by promoting discord in the region, support groups such as Hezbollah, the Houthi rebels in Yemen, and the Syrian regime.
Trump taunted the deal as an embarrassment that simultaneously sponsored terrorism for the regime.
"At the time when the US had its maximum. Emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 157 & lang = DE This catastrophic arrangement has this regime – and it 's a regime of big terror – billions of dollars, including cash, a great embarrassment for me as a citizen is preparing, "said Trump 2] Legislators, such as Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey, supports the decision.
"I support the US withdrawal from the flawed, dangerous Iran nuclear deal," Toomey urged the US to impose tough new sanctions on Iran for "its grotesque human rights abuses, openly hostile aggression in the Middle East, extensive" to punish ballistic missile testing, and support for terrorism. "