President Trump has announced that the US will be pulling out of the Iran Nuclear deal, making a strong stance on his campaign promise to pull away from the deal he had tagged a "terrible deal" by the previous administration.
The President did not work along his allies, especially France, Germany and the UK that had lobbied the White House to stay in the Iran Nuclear deal. A deal they had helped negotiate with the former US administration.
President Trump also re-impose the sanctions that were lifted when the previous deal was signed with Iran. The new move by the US threaten to destabilize the region, and has already caused an oil price surge in anticipation for the withdrawal.
The Iranian economy is currently in decline, and the country currency is also weakening, and the withdrawal will add pressure to President Rouhani and his moderates in the region.
Mr Rouhani had warned that it would be a terrible idea for President Trump to withdraw, but France, Germany and Britain have said they will continue to honour the deal they help negotiate with the Iranian regime.
Trump in the past was not happy with the deal, and has promised to withdraw from the deal, and had also called Iran a country sponsoring terrorism in the Middle East. Trump in his speech said;
The agreement was so poorly negotiated, that even if Iran fully complies, the regime can still be on the verge of a nuclear breakout in just a short period of time.
Israel Loves Trump's New Message
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the country is happy with President Trump stance of pulling out of the deal. Netanyahu released a speech after Trump's speech withdrawing from Iran's deal.
Benjamin said Israel fully supports President Trump’s bold decision today to reject the disastrous nuclear deal with Tehran, he also added Israel opposed the deal from the start because, rather than keeping Tehran away from the bomb, “it paves Iran’s path to an entire arsenal of nuclear bombs.
He praised Trump for the "courageous leadership" he had shown, and for pulling out of the deal.