Perhaps the time has come to understand that we have gone too far, breaching the balance between private interest and public security.
Trump has long sought to deny the basic reality that the Iran deal has worked.
Much of the real opposition to the nuclear deal comes from unrelated concerns of U.S. allies in the Middle East relating to the balance of power in the region.
The American administration's overtly hostile attitude and actual foot-dragging policies and measures aimed at undermining the nuclear deal and blocking Iran’s legitimate benefits from its full and unimpeded implementation are contrary to the letter and spirit of JCPOA.
'However, today, we see that despite all agreements and promises and many discussions during the negotiations, the United States treats these negotiations and their outcome in a totally oppressive and bullying manner"
“In case a country for whatever reason fails to meet its commitments [under the deal], it will have to pay the heavy price of non-compliance. It doesn’t matter what country it is,”
...at the present juncture, the interests of the United States are at odds with the interests of its traditional allies such as Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
He likes to take credit for successes but to blame failures on others. So just in case the military actions would be a failure, he is outsourcing the actual decisions to the military.
The decision to cancel support for the moderate Syrian opposition reflects America’s true position on the Syrian issue, which is that there was never a day when it aimed to overthrow the Assad regime.