Trump to Cancel Iran Deal, Will Visit Saudi Arabia and Israel

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April 30th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Al Mayadeen – – translated by Samer Hussein –

US President Donald Trump said that nuclear deal with Iran negatively affects the US economy and that his administration might cancel it, should such move be the best option to preserve the US national interests. 

During a Saturday’s rally in Pennsylvania, dedicated to celebrating his first 100 days in the office, Trump said the 100 days were very fruitful, despite some setbacks such as not removing Obamacare or not implementing stricter rules, regarding immigration. He also said that he’s about to win all forthcoming battles. 

“The first 100 days of my presidency were very exciting and fruitful,” adding “we will prevail in win major battles that are following”, Trump was heard saying.

The rally was similar to those staged during the time of Trump’s election campaign, with the audience repeatedly applauding and shouting “America, America!”.

He once again criticized the media for having “bias” towards him. 

Previously, Trump said he will boycott the traditional dinner with the White House Correspondents Association, however he later said he will attend the event in 2018.

“This is a very boring dinner that brings together a whole bunch of comedy and Hollywood stars”, he said.

He also told Reuters that his administration is in talks about the possible visit to Saudi Arabia and Israel in the second half of the month of May. This would be his first visit abroad since assuming office.

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