Trump to bail out Iran?

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Binman4OSU

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Of course it is a liberal rag but the story is gaining other traction

I couldn't see this as being possible right or even considered by Trump right ?

The Daily Beast is reporting Trump is considering extending a $15 billion line of credit to Iran if they come back in line with the Obama Era Nuke Deal

https://www.thedailybeast.com/trump-flirts-with-dollar15-billion-bailout-for-iran-sources-say
Well as long as it's not placed on a pallet on a runway! Or something like that...
 

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Very stupid if true. The original deal had no teeth and no oversight. We'd basically be giving them money for simply saying they would follow the deal. It would be no different than the original deal; giving Iran money and getting nothing in return.

If Trump follows through on this, look for some kind of real estate deal with France after he leaves office.
 

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Business Insider reporting it was an idea first proposed by France and the Trump Admin is considering it
That could mean simply France proposed the idea to a u.s. official and the official said we'll get back to you.

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Very stupid if true. The original deal had no teeth and no oversight. We'd basically be giving them money for simply saying they would follow the deal. It would be no different than the original deal; giving Iran money and getting nothing in return.

If Trump follows through on this, look for some kind of real estate deal with France after he leaves office.
I'm thinking more EU trade deal.
 

SLVRBK

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Refugees from a cat 5 hurricane that left complete destruction is not a process of immigration
And the Chinese are known for their response of accepting refugees from Asian typhoons?
Do you have a link to the article regarding the EU comments on trade?

The EU and China have been negotiating a Free Trade for a long time just as we have, they had good meeting and agreement made last week on many of the same points we are arguing for with China...much of this is driven by China's recent loss at the WTO.

Are you talking about the 100 people kicked off a ferry from the Bahamas?