President Trump will announce next week that he will “decertify” the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, the Washington Post reported Thursday.
In the past two years, the Syrian conflict has shifted from a war for hope and opportunity to one in which Russia and Iran continue to prop up their evil ally Assad, while also killing innocent people with impunity.
President Trump accused Iran of collaborating with North Korea to strengthen their missile technology Saturday evening in a Twitter post criticizing the 2015 nuclear agreement between the U.S., Iran and five other nations.
On September 19 and 20, the United Nations General Assembly hosted two competing speeches, one of which could have a dramatic impact on global policy-making and the future of the Middle East.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters Wednesday that President Trump has decided whether to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, but hasn’t shared his decision “externally.”
The Trump administration is considering forcing Israel to hand back some $75 million in U.S. aid dollars that were awarded by Congress following a hotly contested effort by the Obama administration to financially limit the U.S.-Israel military alliance…
Will we keep faith with our interpreters and uphold our promise to bring them and their families to safety in exchange for their years of honorable, faithful, and valuable service to our country? Only Congress can answer that.
The president admitted that reality caught up with him after his inauguration and that America must ensure that al-Qaida does not again gain a foothold in the country from which it could plot another massive terror attack on the U.S.
Mohammed bin Salman’s selection as crown prince to King Salman bin Abdul Aziz is a positive move for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and U.S.-Saudi relations.
President Trump again singled out Qatar as a financer of extremists.