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Trump should refuse to certify the Iran deal as the first step to fixing a deeply flawed agreement

By David Adesnik ● Fox News ● 10/07/2017


The Washington Post and New York Times reported Thursday night that President Trump will soon announce his refusal to certify that the nuclear deal with Iran is in America’s national interest. This is the right call, because decertification is the indispensable first step toward fixing a deeply flawed agreement that puts Iran on the path to becoming another North Korea.

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