U.S. 100 pc committed to ensure Iran doesn't have nuclear

Posted May 11, 2018

The White House has said the U.S. will continue to exert "maximum pressure" and "enormous sanctions" on Iran to ensure that it does not have nuclear weapons. He's reportedly suing the President for the 1 full year he's been staying at the White House.

That same company was used to make a $130,000 payment to adult-film star Stormy Daniels as part of a non-disclosure agreement related to her alleged 2006 affair with Trump. "We are preparing to add additional sanctions to be imposed next week", said Sanders.

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"We are 100 percent committed to making sure that Iran does not have nuclear weapons", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told a news briefing.

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