Foreign Policy

A sequel far worse than the original.

“The worst foreign-policy blunder in American history.” That is how the Trumpet’s editor in chief described the Iran nuclear deal—the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action agreement—that went into effect on Jan. 16, 2016. The agreement gave one of America’s fiercest adversaries immediate access to over $100 billion, $1.8 billion of which was in cash.

It permitted Iran’s development of ballistic missile technology, which it will develop to eventually hold a nuclear warhead. And astoundingly, it gave Iran a legitimate path to obtaining a nuclear weapon in little over a decade. Read more at “The Worst American Foreign-Policy Blunder 2”

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