The U.S. President has described the Iran nuclear deal as one of the worst the United States has been a part of.
Because of his campaign rhetoric, it came as no surprise Friday when Donald Trump declined to certify the agreement. It was signed in 2015 by his predecessor Barack Obama and several world powers, including China.
The United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran remains in compliance.
CGTN’s Roee Ruttenberg reports.
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- Simon Marks, president and chief correspondent of Feature Story News
- Qinduo Xu, political analyst for China Radio International
- Lester Munson, vice president with BGR Government Affairs
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