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Nobel Peace Prize winner calls Trump’s move to pull US out of Iran nuclear deal “stupid”
May 09, 2018




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(INTERNATIONAL) – Beatrice Fihn, a 2017 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) tweeted on Tuesday, ahead of President Trump’s expected announcement that he’d pull the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal, that to do so would be “so stupid.”

Fihn tweeted, “I see lots of smart people making eloquent arguments to why it's wrong to violate the Iran deal and I just want to add mine.” Then, in all caps she tweeted: “THIS IS SO STUPID! I CAN’T BELIEVE THE REST OF THE WORLD HAS TO PUT UP WITH THIS STUFF RIGHT NOW, LIKE WE DON’T HAVE OTHER PROBLEMS ON OUR MIND AT THE MOMENT?”

A Los Angeles Times Editorial on Wednesday noted that President Trump, “Finally did what wiser heads in his administration have been trying to keep him from doing almost from the time he was sworn in: He announced that he would withdraw the United States from the Iran nuclear agreement. In doing so, he rejected the pleas of America's closest allies and more than 100 current and former senior diplomats. He even turned a blind eye to his own Defense secretary's conclusion that the agreement has allowed robust monitoring of Iran's activities.”

The piece, by the Times editorial board noted that as “alarming as the action itself was the deceitful and demagogic speech in which he attempted to justify it. It was virtually indistinguishable from the sort of rant Trump delivered on the campaign trail — utterly uninformed by the sort of appreciation for complexity that experience confers on most occupants of the Oval Office.”

The report also said that Trump's attack on the agreement, “was characteristically misleading and short on detail.”

European leaders say, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency that Iran continues to abide by the restrictions set out by the agreement and that “world is a safer place as a result." Britain, France and Germany will remain parties to the agreement.





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