Iran Getting Big Relief
Off by a few billion dollars.
As part of Barack Obama’s foreign policy tour de force, the administration agreed to sanctions relief for Iran in exchange for the crossed-finger promise that the rogue nation will cease its development of nuclear weapons. Initial estimates put the sanctions relief at about $7 billion, but former Ambassador Mark Wallace, CEO of the advocacy group United Against Nuclear Iran says the drastic increase in exports “cast[s] doubt on the accuracy of the administration’s estimates for sanctions relief. The $6 or $7 billion estimate does not take into account the tens of billions of dollars Iran will reap from increased oil sales.” The administration wasn’t accurate? Say it ain’t so!
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