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Keep the Iran Deal

The United States retains the means, and the international support, to move against Iran in other areas.
Source: Eduardo Munoz / Reuters

Two presidents of the United States have repeatedly that Iran is complying with the terms of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, otherwise known as the Iran nuclear deal. The secretary of state has that Iran is in compliance. The secretary of defense has the agreement merits sustaining. The International Atomic Energy Agency has that Iran is in compliance. America’s European allies, who are also signatories to the deal, are in supporting its continuation.  

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