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u.s. secretary of state issues twelve demands to iran threatening unprecedented financial pressure if it doesn't comply these will indeed end up being a stronger. history. italy is on course to become the. two parties come together to present the president with a radical program. on his electoral campaign back to the justice department opened an investigation into whether inappropriate surveillance took place.
to have you with us now washington has threatened to impose unprecedented financial pressure on iran u.s. secretary of state has made twelve demands and promised it will be hit with the worst sanctions ever if they are not men. iran must declare to the i.a.e.a. a full account of the prior military dimensions of its nuclear program stop enrichment provide the i.a.e.a. with unqualified access to all sites and its proof aeration a ballistic missile release all u.s. citizens of the us and support the middle east terrorist group iran must respect the sovereignty of the iraqi government brown must also end its military support for the coup de militia withdraw all forces under a new command throughout the entirety of syria and support for the taliban and other terrorists in afghanistan in the region and i or g.
could force a support for terrorists and militant partners around the world and to iran must end its threatening behavior against its neighbors many of whom are u.s. allies well he started off a speech trying to convince his audience of how bad obama's deal was claiming that its flaws put the whole world at brisk and arguing that the chase c.p.o. away only postpone iran's development of nuclear weapons and now pump a also promised unprecedented financial pressure on iran ordering that think sions will not change until iran changes and threatening that iran will have to fight to keep its economy alive we will apply unprecedented financial pressure on the iranian regime the leaders in tehran will have no doubt about our seriousness these will indeed end up being the strongest things in history when we are complete it's also worth mentioning that this economic pressure can only succeed if the e.u. also complies however the e.u. has already stated that it's satisfied with the existing deal saying that more sanctions are unnecessary as it seeks to protect its companies that are doing
business in iran the european union and will remain committed to the continued food and effective implementation of the g.c. as long as iran abides by all its nuclear related commitments as it is doing so far but let's quickly break down some of his demands you know some of them have at least something to do with the previous iran deal for example pompei o demanded that iran stop enriching uranium and never preprocessed plutonium and asked for access to all. iran's nuclear sites but these remains were not only part of the j c p a way they were met by iran which was certified by the i.a.e.a. other demands pompei a made had nothing to do with preventing iran from acquiring new these were random foreign policy demands which included ask iran to stop supporting who these in yemen demanding that iran pulls out of syria but one highlight of the speech was when pompei accused shia iran of supporting sunni extremist groups in afghanistan
and apparently pressure will continue until iranians change its government so now america is blatantly telling the iranian people what to do check out what he said at the end of the day the iranian people will decide the time or at the end of the day be ready people will get to make a choice about their leadership if they make the decision quickly that would be wonderful if they choose not to do so we will stay hard at this until we achieve the outcomes that i set forward today so that could be interpreted as a call for regime change which unlike pompei is nuclear demands wasn't part of the original deal but all in all it's unclear what the administration is looking to come out of this but what does have to wait for reactions from the rest of the world. iran has already responded to washington's slew of demands and president rouhani has said america has no right to tell tehran what to do and that the world will no longer cave in to washington's bullying and commenting on pumping as insistence that iran withdraw from syria the iranian president said tehran's forces
will stay there to continue fighting terrorism here's what people on the streets of tehran had to say about the situation. americans keep saying they have nothing against ordinary iranians. but in actual fact distinctions of general public in iran are just as much. if we have. to use them as like you know. that's not true that ever again. the united states has closed the door to negotiations we cannot hold talks about meanwhile germany's foreign minister has reiterated berlin's commitment to keeping the iran deal alive iran is you know why did neighborhood and since we don't see any better alternative a president we don't want to leave it to you we don't want to be working on a nuclear weapons program this affects the security interests of germany and the security interests of europe. a number of analysts told us washington's belligerence could cause chaos across the middle east and leave the u.s.
increasingly isolated this is not the first time i took the american administration in the past have tried to actually destabilize it on from the inside but the problem with that is that it is turbulence in governments in this part of the world from libya in syria in. various parts of egypt. in tunisia these disruptions for the for the stability of these countries created more damage and more harms for the rule of law for human rights for human dignity all over the region seeing that the wrong but not trust the united states for years and the allies of the united states on the other hand even the europeans they cannot count on what the united states say. the stamp administration regardless of what their allies in europe are saying they restore the deal that the europeans were supporting i think it will be very hard for the united states to bring europeans are the sensors on board in order to support that pressure that they are talking or
the historic sanctions they're talking about i think at the moment you know are these two we are going by trying to isolate the united states internationally really foreign ministry have been trying to read. that russia. china because they. know these extreme you know we've got a serious international consensus and agreement and alliance the united states not goo back to the regime of sanctions that existed against iran from two thousand and ten to two thousand and fifteen. with a v trumpet two thousand and sixteen campaign already being investigated from so many angles there is one more aspect now in the crosshairs the u.s. department of justice announced that the inspector general will probe whether the campaign was inappropriately infiltrated by the f.b.i.
. if anyone did it in full truth. in a presidential campaign inappropriate purposes we need to know about suits and to approve action the stakes are getting higher in the ongoing spat between donald trump and the intelligence community this probe has opened up in response to a request donald trump made on twitter is favorite media called on the department of justice to investigate this and furthermore to find out if the obama administration are the ones that actually ordered the f.b.i. to infiltrate the trump campaign before trump's tweet we did see media reports indicating that it was likely that the trump campaign had been infiltrated and let's remember that when trump came out and said that he had been wiretapped a similar claim he made about a year ago the media responded rather harshly where did trump get these ideas where is he getting his information anyone here disagree he wasn't going to hold anybody
radionic where is the proof what the president charged president obama with wiretapping him it's not true now this time the american mainstream media has outed the mole people are pointing to stephen hall per he's a seventy three year old professor at cambridge university in the u.k. he's american born there he's got longstanding ties to both american and british intelligence agencies and apparently infiltrated the administration of u.s. president jimmy carter on behalf of the ronald reagan campaign the department of justice and the f.b.i. will not deny that they there was somebody in the campaign however they have quibbled about the wording they've said this was not a spy this was rather an informant they refused to name whether or not it was steven halper but the question is if it was steven help or this is somebody with a well known reputation links to the cia british intelligence so revealing his identity wouldn't exactly put people's lives in danger or be some kind of huge threat to national security or if it is it's not exactly clear why that would be
they haven't community. that this is just the latest episode in the ongoing spat between the trumpet ministration and the intelligence agencies showing that there is a high level of division and insecurity in washington d.c. . former u.s. presidential candidate hillary clinton has attended a graduation ceremony at yale university and she followed tradition by wearing an unconventional. a russian. i mean. i was on the way to winning until the combination of jim call me on october twenty eighth and russian wiki leaks.