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Trump Administration 'Very Likely' To Recertify Iranian Compliance With Nuclear Deal

WorldNews Thursday, 13 July 2017 ()
Trump Administration 'Very Likely' To Recertify Iranian Compliance With Nuclear DealPresident Donald Trump is planning to recertify Iranian compliance with the Iran nuclear deal ahead of the congressionally mandated deadline to do so next Monday, according to four sources reported by CNBC. The decision would continue sanctions relief for Iran if they've fulfilled the terms of their deal and comes days after an internal debate about the positives and negatives of recertification. Leaders on Capitol Hill have called on the president to refuse certification for Iran. Trump himself promised to "tear up" the Iran nuclear deal while he was campaigning, and aides said that the president was cautious about the deal and could still change his mind before the deadline next...
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News video: Iran's top diplomat weighs in on Trump administration and the nuclear deal

Iran's top diplomat weighs in on Trump administration and the nuclear deal 03:50

The White House is saying that Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal put in place by the Obama administration in 2015. CBS News' Margaret Brennan spoke with Iran's top diplomat, Javad Zarif, about the future of the deal.

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