Like with DACA and Iran, Trump's decision to withdraw the USA from the Paris climate agreement was yet another rejection of Obama-era policy.
"We don't do military parades, although that fact breaks the president's heart every day", the MSNBC host added.
Trump's announcement would not by itself break the deal with Iran, but would send the deal into the hands of Congress, which could then choose to re-impose the sanctions that the Obama administration's deal lifted on the country. US sanctions and pressure against other countries left Iran with no choice but to develop its own nuclear-fuel program, which led Iran to develop indigenous mastery of the uranium process by 2003.
President Trump said many more lies about Syria, its government, and how he will defeat the ISIS terrorists; but ever since they were armed, and supplied with Toyota trucks that were brought into Syria by Americans, they were protected from Syrian government forces.
"It's potentially a message and an encouragement to uphold the JCPOA as a commitment that the United States has made with allies to non-proliferation", she said, referring to the Iran deal.
Trump is expected to give a speech late next week announcing his decision and outlining the results of a months-long Iran policy review. He's pretending he needs congressional permission to do something he can do on his own. The cameras clicked and they smiled.
Trump's secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, and national security adviser, HR McMaster, are both thought to have advised Trump not to withhold certification.
A jazz band played as Trump spoke in the White House Rose Garden. The United States should consider staying in the deal unless it were proven, Tehran was not abiding by it or that was not in the US national interest to do so.
Among other major transactions this year, the French energy giant Total inked a $5 billion deal with Iran, and the automaker Renault entered a joint venture to produce cars.
"Iran is not in material breach of the agreement, and I do believe the agreement to date has delayed the development of a nuclear capability by Iran", Dunford told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.
Finally there are nearly certainly not enough votes in the Senate to re-impose the sanctions.
He also expressed hope that the final decision of US President Donald Trump on the nuclear deal with Iran will be balanced. For now, supporters of decertification argue that this move could open the path for a stronger deal that could be negotiated.
In 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between Iran and the six-nation group including Russian Federation, U.K., China, U.S., France and Germany.
Democrats do have grounds for concern. For one, US-imposed restrictions make it complicated for European Union companies to finance and clear transactions with the country.