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IBD/TIPP Poll: Americans Support Tough Trump Stance On Iran Nuclear Deal

Nuclear Iran: As expected, President Trump has announced he will pull the U.S. out of the failed Iran nuclear deal, barring a renegotiation of its terms. Predictably, critics on the right and left are ripping Trump’s decision. But a new IBD/TIPP Poll suggests Trump will find support for strengthening the deal from the American public.
Trump called the 2015 nuclear pact a “horrible one-sided deal that should never ever have been made.” Now Iran has to decide whether to walk away or renegotiate. Their decision will no doubt be influenced by the fact that Trump will now push for a reimposition of tough trade sanctions on Iran.
Despite Trump’s announcement, neither new sanctions or a pullout from the deal will go into effect for six months. That gives both Iran and the U.S. time to renegotiate. The U.S. has said it wants to renegotiate. Does Iran?
If so, Americans will support it. According to

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