In Iran Dispute “No Boosts On The Ground”: Trump - TNBC USA

US President Donald Trump said that he was “ not talking boots on the ground” should take military action against Iran and that he had enough time to attempt to cast agreement with Tehran.

Iran recommended it was just one day from rupturing a limit in the 2015 nuclear agreement which restricted its accumulation of uranium, a move which would pressure European nations targeting to be unbiased to pick sides.

The fate of the multilateral nuclear deal, under which Iran agreed to restrain its nuclear program in return for getting relief from the economic sanctions, has been at the center of the dispute between the US and Iran controversy which took on a military dimension in latest weeks.

Iran shot down a drone last week saying it was in its air space, which Washington declined. The US President canceled revengeful air strikes at the last minute, claiming too many people would have died. Washington also charged Tehran its substitutes of attacks in May and June on six tankers in the Gulf region, which Iran declines.

Questioned for media if a war was preparing, the US President replied, “I hope we don’t but we’re in a very strong position if something should happen. ”

He also added, “ I’m not talking boots on the ground,” Trump said. “I’m just saying if something would happen, it wouldn’t last very long.”

Later at a congress of religious conservative, the US President discussed whether there could be a new agreement with Iran, recommending he could live without one.

The US President claimed, “if it doesn’t happen, that’s fine with me ”. He also added, “I have unlimited time, as far as I’m concerned. ”

Last year, the US President pull back from the nuclear deal with Iran hit by his forerunner President Barack Obama, contending that it did not go far enough to control nuclear and missile programs of Iran and other activities in the Middle East.

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