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>> The Iran deal was one of the worst.>> After his fiery criticism of the Iran nuclear deal.>> That deal is an embarrassment to the United States, and I don't think you've heard the last of it, believe me.>> U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday saying he's made a decision on whether the U.S. would remain part of the agreement, but he wouldn't reveal it.
>> Have you decided to stay or to leave?>> But I have to start it.>> Okay.>>
]>> I'll let you know.>> The deal was reached in 2015 between Iran and the US, Germany, Russia, Britain, France, China and the European Union. It limited Iran's ability to enrich uranium, placed its nuclear weapon program under international supervision, and lifted crippling international sanctions on Tehran.
Supporters say the deal prevents Iran from constructing a nuclear weapon. Critics claim it's difficult to enforce and accuse Iran of violating the terms. Here's what candidate Trump said of the agreement last year.>> My number one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with Iran. Now the world is wondering whether he will make good on his threat.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pushing back, telling reporters at a news conference in New York, that the US would pay a price if it canceled the agreement. Reuters foreign affairs correspondent
was in the room.>> Rouhani, during his press conference, said that if the United States walks out of the deal Iran has many options, including resuming it's uranium enrichment at the higher level which is used for reactors.
President Hassan Rouhani also said there was no chance for the nuclear deal to be renegotiated or be changed, and said either the deal remains as it is or it will collapse.>> America's European allies are urging the US remain part of the deal. But key US ally Israel has taken a harder line.
>> Change it. Or cancel it.>> Fix it, nexit.>> The Trump administration is pointed to Tehran's ballistic missile tests, and its support for militant insurgent groups from Yemen to Lebanon as examples of its aggression, and says Iran has violated the spirit of the arrangement. But in exchange with the state department spokesperson last week showing the administration has a hard time, showing clear violations of the deal.
>> Does the deal itself call fair Iran to be in compliance of the spirit or the letter?>> We've talked about how we believe Iran is not in compliance with the spirit of the law.>> Representatives of the six nations party to the agreement meeting Wednesday night to discuss further steps.