One of the Iran nuclear deal’s strongest critics in the U.S. Senate defended President Donald Trump’s decision Tuesday to pull out of the multi-nation agreement.
U.S. Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., said Trump’s “strong action” would help ensure Iran never possesses a nuclear weapon.
“Rather than punish Iran for its illicit behavior, [former] President Obama’s weak agreement created a pathway for the rogue regime to develop a nuclear weapon due to its sunset clauses and inspection loopholes,” Perdue…
Atlanta Business Journal
Sen. David Perdue backs U.S. withdrawal from Iran deal