Trump, Tillerson Disagree over Iran Nuclear Deal

By John Lee.

US President Donald Trump and his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (pictured) are reported to disagree over the Iran nuclear deal, the .

Tillerson told a State Department briefing:

“He and I have differences of views on things like JCPOA, and how we should use it.”

According to Reuters, he added that that Washington could “tear it up and walk away” or stay in the deal and hold Iran accountable to its terms, which he said would require Iran to act as a “good neighbor.

(Sources: Tasnim, under Creative Commons licence; Reuters)

2 Responses to Trump, Tillerson Disagree over Iran Nuclear Deal

  1. Jim 3rd August 2017 at 3:42 pm #

    Like are good neighbors to Venezuela,Iraq,Libya, Syria Etc only if we can rob their natural resources.

  2. Suman 4th August 2017 at 3:00 pm #

    LET United States become a gentleman country first and then give advices to others.

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