Trump Warns Iran Against Restarting Nuclear Program

U.S. President Donald Trump warned Iran on Tuesday not to follow through with threats to restart its nuclear program, as he and French President Emmanuel Macron struggled to find common ground on saving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. “If they restart their nuclear program, they will have bigger problems than they have ever had before,” Trump said. Iran has said it will ramp up its nuclear program if the deal collapses and a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday that Tehran might quit a treaty designed to stop the spread of nuclear weapons if Trump scraps the agreement.
 

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Do not focus on solving problems through sanctions, but focus on mutual cooperation through dialogue. Easy and peaceful way..

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Quick answer. Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tells NPR that renegotiating the 2015 nuclear deal between his country and six world powers would be opening a "Pandora's box" that risks damaging U.S. credibility in future international talks.

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If he back out of this deal Iran will most certainly restart the program. So now if they do, it's a opening of biggest crisis ever...

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It's all a negotiation. The MO here is to bring things to an intense climax and then it all calms down, and everything in between is just a business negotiation. 

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and watch the trajectory of oil prices here .... again, as someone mentioned elsewhere, time to stop betting on Trump. Oil price spike with the rhetoric of sanctions renewal and Iran's reactive threats, then drops back down when there is talk of US reaching deal with France on this. 

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There are plenty of things on the "table", it's impossible to clean everything and don't break anything. Big and bigger problems are coming....

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Verbal war continues. Iran’s president poured scorn on Wednesday on U.S. and European discussions over Tehran’s nuclear agreement, and dismissed Donald Trump as a “tradesman” who lacked the qualifications to deal with a complex international pact. The other powers that signed the agreement with Iran - Russia, China, Germany, Britain and France - have all said they want to preserve it. Many in the West see it as the best hope of preventing Iran from getting a nuclear bomb and heading off a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.

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