Congress Seeks Deadline on Iran Accepting Tougher Nuclear Deal Standards

Rep. Peter Roskam

Congress is set to consider new legislation that would require Iran to accept tough new conditions on the landmark nuclear deal or face a rash of harsh new economic sanctions aimed at thwarting the Islamic Republic’s continued nuclear buildup, according to a draft of new legislation exclusively viewed by the Washington Free Beacon.

Trump Decertifies Iranian Compliance With Nuclear Deal, Sanctions Terror Regime

Donald Trump

President Donald Trump will not certify Iran as in compliance with the landmark nuclear agreement, but will stop short of fully withdrawing the United States from the deal, according to senior Trump administration officials who told reporters Thursday evening that Tehran is about to be hit with a harsh new set of sanctions targeting its support for terrorism.

Repeal and Replace In Farsi

President Donald Trump is flanked by GOP senators to discuss health care

President Trump is expected to announce today that he cannot certify Iran’s compliance with the terms of the agreement over its nuclear program that it entered into with the United States and five other nations in 2015. The president’s decision, according to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015, will commence a 60-day review period during which the Republican-controlled Congress may re-impose sanctions against the Islamic theocracy for its intransigence and belligerence. Sanctions, I might add, that should never have been lifted in the first place.

Trump Expected to Declare Iran in Breach of Nuclear Deal

Donald Trump

The Trump administration is expected to announce next week that it will not formally certify Iran as in compliance with the landmark nuclear agreement, a move that could kill the agreement and set the stage for Congress to reimpose harsh economic sanctions on the Islamic Republic, according to multiple U.S. officials and sources familiar with the situation.

Pro-Iran Deal Echo Chamber Struggles to Save Obama’s Iran Nuclear Accord

US Secretary of State John Kerry poses for a photo opportunity prior to a meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif April 19, 2016

A prominent Washington, D.C. think-tank funded by a who’s who of organizations that played a key role in misleading the American public about the nature of the landmark Iran nuclear deal will hold a massive forum aimed at preserving the accord, a sign that the so-called pro-Iran deal “echo chamber” is scrambling to save a deal President Donald Trump could kill in the coming weeks.