U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to people as he arrives at the Iowa State Fair on a golf cart in Des Moines

Trump says he would 'police' U.S.-Iran deal, not rip it up

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to people as he arrives at the Iowa State Fair on a golf cart in Des Moines(Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said it would be hard to “rip up” the United States-led agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, but that if he was elected president he would “police that contract so tough they don’t have a chance.” In an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, the real estate mogul described the team that negotiated the agreement, including Secretary of State John Kerry, as “incompetent.” Nevertheless, it would be “very tough” to rip up the deal, he said, as some critics have called for. The sanctions relief could give Iran access to some $150 billion, which Trump said he would never have allowed Iran to have, had he been negotiating the deal.

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