The United States may take a harder line toward the Iran nuclear agreement after President Donald Trump replaced Secretary of State Rex Tillerson with CIA director Mike Pompeo, an Iran hawk who fiercely opposed the 2015 pact, US experts and officials say.
America’s alliance with the European Union and the NATO military alliance will be threatened if the Trump administration revokes the Iran deal, said E. Michael Jones, the current editor of Culture Wars, an online news magazine.
“You can say that you’re going to revoke the nuclear deal, but it wasn’t a unilateral agreement, so the United States can not a multilateral agreement,” Jones told Press TV on Wednesday.
“If they get out of this agreement; the European Union is not going to get out of it; they are going to stay with the deal and so what’s going to happen here is you’re going to break up NATO,” he added.
Trump on Tuesday singled out the Iran nuclear deal as one of…