Trump’s Denial of the Iran Nuclear Deal a Disaster for the US

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  1. The zionist neo-cons are hard at work in Washington and of course Congress, being blackmailed and bought always do their bidding. The 530 who voted for these latest rounds of sanctions have no clue what they’re doing or just how this is going to hurt not just America but Europe as well, which is the reason why the E.U. and Germany in particular are telling Washington they will not go along with the new sanctions.
    It is being made clear now that Washington can no longer bully Europe or the rest of the world for that matter and get away with it.
    Very soon now the power of Washington will be diminished to that of third world status. However, it also means that Washington will begin to lash out more aggressively towards other states and possibly even the western European nations as well. Washington does not like being defied.But the insouciance of Washington and the American people is about to back fire on them. The E.U. has already told Washington it plans to ignore the sanctions. So what is Washington going to do in response?

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