Trump declines to explain 'calm before storm' remark - Cyprus Mail

Cyprus MailTrump declines to explain 'calm before storm' remarkCyprus MailPresident Donald Trump declined on Friday to explain what he meant when he described a gathering of military leaders as “the calm before the storm,” but the White House said he was not just being mischievous when he made the remark. Pressed about ...and more »

Trump to Unveil New Responses to Iranian 'Bad Behavior': White House - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportTrump to Unveil New Responses to Iranian 'Bad Behavior': White HouseU.S. News & World ReportU.S. President Donald Trump participates in a briefing with senior military leaders at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas Reuters. By Jonathan Landay. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump will ...and more »

Let's Break a Deal - Commentary Magazine

Commentary MagazineLet's Break a DealCommentary MagazineDonald Trump has the ability to adopt smart positions and make them seem dangerous. Barack Obama, for his part, often did dangerous things and made them seem not only smart but also inevitable. That's worth keeping in mind when thinking about Trump's ...and more »

The Imperfect Iran Deal Has Some Good Parts - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalThe Imperfect Iran Deal Has Some Good PartsWall Street JournalMark Dubowitz and David Albright miss the critical point—that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action contains an unambiguous commitment from Iran that it will not develop nuclear weapons (“How Trump Can Improve the Iran Deal,” op-ed, Sept. 26 ...and more »

Sen. Cotton: Nuke deal should be decertified, and if Iran doesn't bend, US should bomb, bomb, bomb - Daily Kos

Sen. Cotton: Nuke deal should be decertified, and if Iran doesn't bend, US should bomb, bomb, bombDaily KosBy signing this form, you are agreeing to receive occasional emails on this and related campaigns from Daily Kos. You may of course unsubscribe at any time. Here's our privacy policy. Loading. Opt in to updates from Daily Kos. Sponsored by: Daily Kos.and more »

Trump, While Posing With Military Leaders: "It's the Calm Before the Storm" - Paste Magazine

Paste MagazineTrump, While Posing With Military Leaders: "It's the Calm Before the Storm"Paste MagazineDuring a surprise press event to “document a dinner” he had with military leaders from the United States, President Donald Trump said something particularly ominous. Hawaii News Now reports that after Trump posed with his highest-ranking military aides ...and more »

Trump Says Military Gathering Might Be 'Calm Before the Storm' - Bloomberg

BloombergTrump Says Military Gathering Might Be 'Calm Before the Storm'BloombergPresident Donald Trump and his spokeswoman on Friday repeatedly declined to clarify the cryptic remark he made while posing for photos with military leaders that the gathering might represent “the calm before the storm.” Trump was asked at an Oval ...and more »

No Clarification on Trump's 'Calm Before the Storm' Remark - Townhall

TownhallNo Clarification on Trump's 'Calm Before the Storm' RemarkTownhallPresident Trump's "calm before the storm" remark has had reporters guessing all day. The commander-in-chief had a smile on his face when he made the ominous comment Thursday night, standing in front of a group of his military leaders after hosting a ...and more »

How Tillerson Is Trying to Save the Iran Deal From His Boss - New York Magazine

New York MagazineHow Tillerson Is Trying to Save the Iran Deal From His BossNew York MagazineGuess who would have to negotiate Trump's theoretical “better deal” with Iran? Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images. Rex Tillerson is unlikely to go down in history as one of our better secretaries of State. In the past few months, he has ...and more »

Trump, Iran and 'The Art of the Deal': An Interview With Mohammad Javad Zarif - Newsweek

NewsweekTrump, Iran and 'The Art of the Deal': An Interview With Mohammad Javad ZarifNewsweekOn the surface, Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has little in common with Donald Trump. Nevermind their different nationalities, religions and hairstyles. The U.S. president is boisterous, belligerent and—some would say—a little ...and more »

With no elaboration, Trump talks of 'calm before the storm' - Stars and Stripes

Stars and StripesWith no elaboration, Trump talks of 'calm before the storm'Stars and StripesPresident Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump, center, poses for a group photo with senior military leaders and spouses in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017. Trump was hosting the dinner for the group.and more »

Iran nuclear deal: What is it? - Fox News

Fox NewsIran nuclear deal: What is it?Fox NewsPresident Donald Trump could reveal his plans to “decertify” the controversial Iranian nuclear deal as early as next week. The Washington Post reported that Trump will decertify the agreement and argue that it's not in the best interest of the U.S ...and more »

Trump's says 'you'll find out' after cryptic military warning - Yahoo7 News

Yahoo7 NewsTrump's says 'you'll find out' after cryptic military warningYahoo7 NewsWashington (AFP) - President Donald Trump fueled speculation Friday about his cryptic warning that this may be the "calm before the storm," further refusing to explain the comment. After huddling with military leaders to discuss Iran, North Korea and ...and more »

Trump does not explain 'calm before the storm' comment - Reuters

ReutersTrump does not explain 'calm before the storm' commentReutersU.S. President Donald Trump speaks before signing the National Manufacturing Day Proclamation at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Asked on Friday what he meant when he ...and more »

Trump winks when asked again about his mysterious 'calm before the storm' comment - Business Insider

Business InsiderTrump winks when asked again about his mysterious 'calm before the storm' commentBusiness InsiderIn the Oval Office on Friday, President Donald Trump was asked again about his previous comment that we're in "the calm before the storm," winking in response to a reporter who wondered what he meant by it. "You'll find out," Trump said after his wink ...and more »

Iran says missile program non-negotiable, denies Reuters report: agency - Reuters

ReutersIran says missile program non-negotiable, denies Reuters report: agencyReutersMissiles are displayed as Iranian President Hassan Rouhani attends an armed forces parade in Tehran, Iran, September 22, 2017. President.ir/Handout via REUTERS. ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran said on Friday its ballistic missile program was for defense ...and more »

Donald Trump's art of undoing the deal - WENY-TV

Donald Trump's art of undoing the dealWENY-TV(CNN) -- Like sandcastles and snowmen, international diplomatic deals are difficult and time-consuming to build, but exceptionally easy to smash, topple or abandon. President Donald Trump's brand, from well before he entered the 2016 presidential race, ...and more »

Nobel Prize sends a nuclear message to Trump - Digital Journal

Digital JournalNobel Prize sends a nuclear message to TrumpDigital JournalThe Nobel committee spurned an opportunity to celebrate the Iran nuclear deal, but still found a way to send a message to US President Donald Trump. Trump is a stern critic of the 2015 accord, and US officials say that he intends to tell the US ...and more »

Trump's confusing attempt to torpedo the Iran deal, explained - Vox

VoxTrump's confusing attempt to torpedo the Iran deal, explainedVoxTrump is about to put the fate of the Iran deal in Congress's hands. Getty Images. President Donald Trump is expected to announce next week that he will “decertify” the Iran nuclear deal, arguing that the agreement is not in the national security ...and more »

Iran nuclear issue about to ignite - Axios

AxiosIran nuclear issue about to igniteAxios"Trump is expected to overrule his top national security advisers and decline to certify the Iran nuclear agreement, ... a decision that would reopen a volatile political debate," write the N.Y. Times' Mark Landler and David E. Sanger: What's next: "By ...and more »