If he wins re-election, Trump will be bound by a pact with Iran


President Trump predicted on Tuesday that the Iranian regime would be forced to come to the table for a deal to win re-election – suggesting that Iran win in November instead of former Vice President Joe Biden.

“We will see what happens to Iran, I would say right after the election, within a period of a week, maybe a month, but within a period, a very short period, …. literally a very short period of time. “You will come back to Iran and say that this whole thing is allowed to work,” he said in the Oval Office.

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Trump spoke at the Oval Office before signing Middle East diplomatic deals between Israel and two Gulf countries – the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

The Trump administration has adopted an aggressive approach to Iran, conducting a “maximum pressure” campaign against democratic rule and pulling out of the Obama-era Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPoA).

Trump suggested that the strategy, in which the US has seen sanctions on Tehran, was working and that it would bring Iran to the table if it wins re-election.

“Iran is suffering, unfortunately, I do not want to suffer them, but their economy is stinging,” he said. He said, “They have 27 GDP, nobody has heard of that kind of number … and I think they want to make a deal, but they would rather deal with Sleepy Joe Biden than me, ” They said.

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Trump had earlier made a similar prediction on “Fox and Friends” on Tuesday, where he made a prediction with Iran within a month of being re-elected.

“And it would be a very good deal for the United States. Because they have no choice, “he said. “But if Biden comes in, he will take it. They will encourage us.”

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In the Oval Office, Trump said there were “five or six” other countries he believes would sign agreements that normalize relations with Bahrain, and the UAE did on Tuesday.

“But you are going to see, you are going to see a very big activity. It is about to establish peace in the Middle East.