The Trump administration certified to Congress late Monday that Iran has continued to meet the required conditions of its nuclear deal with the United States and other world powers.
With all the turmoil over North Korea and its nuclear ambitions, President Trump and his administration put Iran on notice, warning that Iran’s bellicose behavior will not be tolerated.
The Trump administration has notified Congress that Iran is complying with the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal negotiated by former President Barack Obama.
Trump is expected to take a more confrontational approach with Iran, showing no tolerance for even small breaches of what was agreed upon.
With the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the U.S., the Obama administration and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) sent a clear message that Israelis, Saudis, and others opposed to Iran were largely on their own.
Aviation giants Airbus and Boeing Co. have received permission from the U.S. government to sell aircraft to Iran in a deal potentially worth $50 billion.
One year after the controversial Iran Nuclear Deal, the hope that the deal would exert a moderating influence on Iran's behavior has yet to be realized.
President Obama received a frosty reception from Saudi Arabia, the UK and Germany on recent trips. 'Brexit' comments upset the UK; Saudis upset about Iran.
President Obama signed an executive order lifting economic sanctions against Iran after the IAEA and John Kerry verified Iran had complied with the nuclear agreement.