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>> The Iran deal was one of the worst->> For all his rants about the Iran nuclear deal, Donald Trump is playing his cards very close to his chest. Meetings at the United Nations morphing into will he, won't he speculation on whether or not the US will scrap the pot.
Trump says he's made a decision but he wouldn't tell reporters on Wednesday.>> I'll let you know.>> And according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson not even fellow world leaders can get an answer.>> Prime Minister May have ask him if he would share with her and he said no.
>> Tillerson emerged from long talks with the runs foreign minister on Wednesday night. A meeting one diplomat described is very difficult.>> We clearly have significant issues with the agreement. As for Iran, President Hassan Rouhani says the US will pay a price if it cancels the deal, which lifted crippling sanctions on Tehran in 2015 in exchange for placing its nuclear weapons program under supervision.
Reuters foreign affairs correspondent Pariza Hafezi was in the room when the president spoke.>> Rouhani during this press conference said that if the United States walks out of the deal Iran has many options including resuming it's uranium enrichment at a higher level which is used for reactors. President Hassan Rouhani also said there is 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 to remain part of the deal. But key US ally Israel has taken a harder line.>> Change it or cancel it. Fix it or nix it.>> The White House pointed out to Tehran's ballistic missile test and its support for military groups from Yemen to Lebanon as examples of its aggression saying Iran has violated the spirit of the arrangement.