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President Donald Trump slammed Iran Friday, calling the country a "menace" and announced new sanctions against its regime -- but did not take action to alter the Obama-era nuclear deal that he has denounced since his presidential campaign.
The deal, Trump said, is no longer in the national security interest of the United States. This decision, which has been referred to as “decertification,” is a shift in official position.
It is a significant declaration that leaves the nuclear agreement in place, but puts Congress in charge of whether or not...
Top Trump administration officials advocated for a plan to build dozens of nuclear power plants in Saudi Arabia despite warnings that the move could pose...
All signs may point to a successful and historic summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, but the stakes are so high that the U.S. national security...
National security adviser John Bolton said Sunday President Trump still hasn't decided whether to leave the Iran nuclear deal ahead of his May 12 deadline.