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Rand Paul on Iran sanctions
President trump made the right decision, as he made a retaliatory strike against Iran, according to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
The President is the responsible head, in an attempt to prevent America claims from becoming entangled in a new Middle East, the military conflict, the legislator, on Monday of “The story”.
“I’m really proud of President trump to show restraint,” Paul said. “It is a state man to take, really, to show restraint, in the midst of a choir of voices for the war.”
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Paul, however, expressed caution about sanctions trump card against Iran imposed – the goal of the Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
“Whether the sanctions will work is a different story,” the Kentucky lawmaker said. “From the Iranian perspective, they see sanctions as an act of war.”
He added that the Iran nuclear deal forged with the help of the Obama administration took a key incentive for Iran to return to the negotiating table.
Paul said, the delivery of hundreds of billions of dollars to Tehran a “carrot”, the left is the Trump manage with only “sticks” after the United States withdrew from the deal.
“I didn’t agree that we gave the money too early,” he said.
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“We have 150 billion US $in the front. I think that was a mistake.
“The problem is that already made. That was a carrot, but we gave up the carrot too easily. Now that it is gone, we have no carrots, all we have is a stick. We add the stick of more sanctions… I would have built, on the nuclear energy deal, to try to get a ball deal ballistic missile.”