(Bloomberg) — Donald Trump seems set on pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal next week, with U.S. officials suggesting that any initial diplomatic turbulence will be followed by negotiations for a new accord.
- Nicholas Wadhams
There’s one big hang-up: Iran is ruling out new talks, calling the current agreement “non-negotiable.”
And America’s European allies continue to back it, saying the deal has been essential to reining in Iran’s nuclear program.
As markets, U.S. allies and the government in Tehran question what might follow a U.S. withdrawal, the Trump administration remains focused on how it could toughen or replace the agreement to address issues such as Iran’s behavior in the…