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Trump Rips 'Big Lie' in Iran Nuclear Deal

Trump Rips 'Big Lie' in Iran Nuclear Deal
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By    |   Saturday, 12 May 2018 06:42 PM

President Donald Trump on Saturday again bashed the Iran nuclear deal that he withdrew from on Tuesday, tweeting that Tehran's military budget had risen 40 percent since the 2015 agreement was signed.

"Just another indicator that it was all a big lie," the president said in his post. "But not anymore."

In announcing the pullout, Trump cited Israeli intelligence that Iran had developed a nuclear weapons plan that could be activated at any time — and Tehran disclosed none of this during nearly two years of global talks leading to the 2015 agreement.

He also noted the increase in Iran's military budget while "its economy is doing very badly."

The deal, Trump said, allowed Tehran to "build nuclear-capable missiles, support terrorism, and cause havoc throughout the Middle East and beyond."

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President Donald Trump on Saturday again bashed the Iran nuclear deal that he withdrew from on Tuesday, tweeting that Tehran's military budget had risen 40 percent since the 2015 agreement was signed.
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