Mr. Trump has long criticized the deal, reached in 2015 during the Obama administration, and has considered backing the U.S. out of the agreement. The deadline for deciding to re-certify the deal — certifying that Iran is in compliance with the agreement's stimulations — is Oct. 15. The Trump administration has already grudgingly re-certified Iran's compliance twice.
Mr. Trump, who has long been critical of the deal, told Fox News' Sean Hannity on Wednesday it was "one of the most incompetently drawn deals I've ever seen."
"$150 billion given - we got nothing," Mr. Trump claimed. "They got a path to nuclear weapons very quickly and think of this one — $1.7 billion in cash — this is cash out of your pocket. You know how many airplane loads that must be? Did you ever see a million dollars, like a promotion, where they have a million dollars in $100 bills? It's a lot. This is $1.7 billion. You'd almost say who would be authorized to do it, and who are the people who deliver it? You may never see them again, right? Just plane loads.Read more at CBS News