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Netanyahu says he hopes to work with Trump to undo Iran deal

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JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he believes U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will be a good friend to Israel and hopes the two countries can work together to dismantle the international nuclear agreement with Iran.

“I know Donald Trump,” Netanyahu told CBS’s “60 Minutes” in an interview scheduled to air Sunday night. “And I think his attitude, his support for Israel is clear. He feels very warmly about the Jewish state, about the Jewish people. There’s no question about that.”  

Netanyahu’s remarks are significant in part because critics have accused Trump of tolerating anti-Semitism among some of his supporters.

While the two countries are close allies, relations were sometimes tense between Netanyahu and President Barack Obama because of their vastly different world views on the Iran deal and other issues. And there is sentiment in the nationalist Israeli right wing that Trump’s election could usher in a new era of relations with the United States.

Netanyahu said in the interview he “had differences of opinion” with Obama and the “most well-known, of course, is Iran.”

The Israeli prime minister has been one of the fiercest critics of the nuclear deal. During the campaign, Trump also spoke harshly about it.

Iran has long backed armed groups committed to Israel’s destruction and its leaders have called for it to be wiped off the map. Israel fears that Iran’s nuclear program is designed to threaten its existence.

Netanyahu said there are “various ways of undoing” the 2015 deal, in which Iran agreed to limits on its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions on its oil industry and finances.

“I have about five things in my mind,” Netanyahu said, declining to go into further detail.

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3 Responses to Netanyahu says he hopes to work with Trump to undo Iran deal

  1. Millard says:

    “I love you a lot, no, I love you a lot, no, I love you a lot”, said Bibi to Trump. “Bend over and spread ’em, I’ll give you a big wet one.”

    It’s sickening to watch. Our world leaders, all pedophiles. Money and power apparently ain’t enough, they just gotta throw in sexual deviancy and child molestation. I can’t even imagine the depths of depravity achieved by these sickos with endless piles of money.

  2. TranceAm says:

    “Netanyahu said there are “various ways of undoing” the 2015 deal, in which Iran agreed to limits on its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions on its oil industry and finances.”

    So far for the US following an independent course considering foreign policy.

    So why should Iran keep its part of the agreement to start with, if history tells that the other government either doesn’t keep its own laws, or just breaks their word on a whim?

    Beside that, nukes or not, they have by now enough nuclear material to load all them warheads up with a couple of ounces of radioactive powder and make thousands upon thousands of dirty bombs, that either in case war (Probably the reason why iSrael in spite of the famous red line on the bomb hasn’t gone the distance by themselves!) exploded in the air above iSrael by the air defenses of iSrael or reaching the ground and exploding there. What is the point to still have this aggressive posture instead of actively reaching out and trying to make peace? Oh wait, they would have to give up on Eretz Yisrael…

    So here is where a foreign enemy of Iran is created and must come in, while iSrael can call plausible deniability and covers behind NATO and other ‘controlled nations’ for if Iran strikes back at them for being behind it all.

    So this is what what discussed with both presidential candidates just before the debate… Talk about foreign intervention in the US Elections.

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