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Trudeau ought to side with Trump over Europe on Iran

10 May 2018

"This was an issue in the past", said one young woman in Tehran.

Leaders from Germany, France and Britain, all co-signers of the agreement, said they disagree with Trump and will try to salvage the deal.

He pressed for a separate deal to go alongside the nuclear agreement that would address other US concerns about Iran such as its ballistic missile program, which was not covered in the 2015 accord, they said.

An Iranian man reads the newspaper at the stock exchange in the capital Tehran on May 8, 2018. "In just a short period of time, the world's leading state sponsor of terror will be on the cusp of acquiring the world's most unsafe weapons", Trump said in a televised address from the White House. We all know the dangers of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon.

Other signatories to the accord say they are still committed to it and want it to continue.

This sets the stage for a last-ditch effort for Europe, Russia, China and Iran to negotiate a follow-on deal, with Europe taking steps to mitigate the effects of US sanctions re-imposition and protecting companies doing business with Iran. He added that Trump's remarks on the nuclear deal were "silly and superficial", before reminding the schoolteachers with whom he was meeting that Iran will be around long after Trump has left office, and the Earth.

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Iranians burn US flags and make-shift Israeli flags during demonstration outside the former USA embassy headquarters in the capital Tehran, May 9, 2018.

On Wednesday, he claimed the deal "was going to lead to nuclear proliferation all over the Middle East" and bragged the sanctions would be among the strongest "that we've ever put on a country".

President Trump on Wednesday warned Iran that there would be "severe consequences" if the country revived its nuclear weapons program in the wake of the USA withdrawal from the multilateral nuke deal.

Parliament speaker Ali Larijani said Europe had caved to USA pressure before, having shut up shop under previous global sanctions in 2012-15.

USA allies in Europe had tried to keep him in and lamented his move to abandon it. Iran's leader ominously warned his country might "start enriching uranium more than before".

Richard Grenell, the USA ambassador to Germany, was blunt in his assessment: "German companies doing business in Iran should wind down operations immediately", he said in a tweet.

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The Late Show host then went on to compare Trump's reasoning on the deal to that of a "bad step-parent". "In just a short period of time, the world's leading state sponsor of terror will be on the cusp of acquiring the world's most risky weapons". Iran has continued to test ballistic missiles capable of carrying a nuclear weapon.

The divisions were clear in the Iranian press on Wednesday morning.

European Union foreign-policy chief Federica Mogherini called on Iran to "stay true to your commitments as we will stay true to ours, and together with the rest of the worldwide community we will preserve this nuclear deal".

An American exit threatens the entire accord. They prefer a tougher approach, the kind Trump is taking.

"We will wait several weeks before applying this decision".

"I am announcing today that the United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal", Trump stated at the White House on Tuesday. Banks and businesses now have 90 to 180 days to cease contracts, deals and other financial ties with the nation, on threat of penalty.

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On the streets, some were proudly defiant.

Trudeau ought to side with Trump over Europe on Iran