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White House Seeks to Increase Pressure on Iran

When President Obama attempted to solve the Iran nuclear crisis, he did so by handing the Iranians everything they wanted on a silver platter while asking for almost nothing in return. Iran’s nuclear program continued, as did their ballistic missile program and their hostile actions throughout the Middle East – all while Iranian leaders enjoyed the billions of dollars that Obama released to them.

Thankfully, though, President Trump has adopted a different approach by withdrawing the US from the Iran nuclear deal and reinstating the suffocating sanctions that Obama took away. Now, according to the president’s national security advisor John Bolton, the Trump administration plans to put “unprecedented pressure” on Iran in order to force them to set aside their nuclear aspirations and reign in their hostile actions.

These harsh actions against Iran have drawn criticism from those on the left who prefer Obama’s soft-handed approach, with many in the media warning that Trump is going to draw the US into a war with Iran. While the threat of war with Iran is not entirely off the table, it is incredibly unlikely and not nearly as serious a threat as allowing Iran to attain a nuclear weapon. Now, Iranian leaders must finally choose to either give up their nuclear aspirations or watch their economy collapse before their eyes.

To learn more about the Trump administration’s plan for dealing with Iran, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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