• Holding Iran Accountable: Trump Takes Decisive Action Against Radical Nation

    Surge Summary: President Trump has announced the U.S. will be reimposing most of the previously suspended United Nations sanctions on Iran. It is likely a Biden/Harris administration would end the sanctions – and resume the disastrous Iranian nuclear deal from which the President has withdrawn the United States.  

    by Gary Bauer

    President Trump announced late yesterday that the U.S. intends to reimpose “virtually all of the previously suspended United Nations sanctions on Iran.”

    President Trump blasted Barack Obama’s disastrous nuclear deal with Iran, which gave the ayatollah hundreds of billions of dollars in sanctions relief and more than $1 billion in cash, which Iran used to fund “chaos and the bloodshed and the terror in the region.”

    Trump added, “My administration will not allow this Iran nuclear situation to go on.  They will never have a nuclear weapon.”

    That is quite a contrast, my friends.  The Harris/Biden ticket would end sanctions and put us back in the Iranian nuclear deal.

    Speaking of Iran, the media went nuts several weeks ago over unconfirmed reports that Russia may have put bounties on American soldiers in Afghanistan.  Well, there are new reports that Iran did pay the Taliban to kill our soldiers – the same Iranian regime that Obama rewarded in 2015 and that Harris/Biden want to reward in 2021.

    The Trump Administration is also fighting Iran in another very important way:  It is aggressively combatting the Islamic Republic’s militant anti-Semitism, which I have made a special focus of my work on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.

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    Originally posted here.

    Image: Islamic Republic of Iran Army soldiers; Modified from: Reza Dehshiri – http://www.ypa.ir/media/k2/galleries/280/02.jpg, CC BY 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=45263136

    Gary Lee Bauer is an American politician and activist, who served in the Reagan administration. He later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family. In 2000, he participated in the Republican presidential contest.

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