President Trump has called it the "one of the worst deals" he has ever seen — but for now, he is keeping the U.S. in the nuclear deal with Iran. The president decided Friday to continue waiving — that is, easing — some economic sanctions against Iran. That is part of the U.S. commitment in the 2015 nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action . Under the deal, Iran allows strict limits on its nuclear program in return for easing of economic sanctions. The White House also announced Friday that the administration is placing new, specific sanctions on 14 Iranian people or agencies . This follows previous practice, in which a reluctant president has kept the U.S. in the deal but sought other ways to get tough on Iran. "This is the last...
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Trump Again Keeps U.S. In Iran Nuclear Deal — But Threatens To Get Out Later