United States President Donald Trump said Monday that a “total termination” of the Iran nuclear deal remains possible, after refusing to certify the 2015 accord and leaving its fate to Congress.
Speaking to reporters ahead of a cabinet meeting, he said: “I feel strongly about what I did I’m tired of being taken advantage of.
“It might be total termination, that’s a real possibility, some would say that’s a greater possibility.”
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