Indeed, the Iranian Regime had consistently blocked thorough international inspections, worked with North Korean scientists on the North Korean nuclear programme, and launched ballistic missiles in spite of the UN resolution that enshrines the nuclear deal.
Trump also threatened to pull out altogether, noting that the Iranian Regime was “not living up to the spirit” of the agreement through its support of terrorist groups in the Middle East.
Since the beginning of 2017, the US has imposed several rounds of sanctions on individuals and entities over Iran’s missile program and other “destabilizing actions”.
The Iranian Regime has denied this- claiming the missiles are for defensive purposes and that their nuclear programme is peaceful- but there is much evidence that the Regime is using the ballistic missiles for non-defensive purposes, like supplying the Houthi terrorist group in Yemen with ballistic missiles to fire upon Saudi Arabia.
In early November, the Houthis launched a missile against Riyadh International Airport- it was one of 80 such missiles fired at Saudi interests since the start of the war in Yemen in 2015. The Houthis have claimed that they built the weapons themselves but they simply don’t have the resources and analysis of the destroyed missiles show Iranian markers.
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