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By POLITICO StaffEditor’s note: This article was updated on April 24 to clarify that former President Donald Trump did not mention the Iran nuclear deal during a tweet on April 23, two days after it was signed.

| POLITICO headline ‘I don’t believe he’ll be able to get the votes’ – Trump says in response to Trump tweet about Iran article POLITICO: President Donald Trumps latest tweet has reignited a national debate about the Iran deal and whether it was the right thing to do, with some Republicans threatening to pull their support for it.

Trump is expected to make his final decision on whether to certify the deal in mid-May, a decision expected to be a political test of his ability to unite the Republican Party around a national policy agenda and garner support for the deal from the Republican base.

| ____________|Trump tweets Iran deal, talks with Pence – April 23: | __________________”The Iran deal is dead,” Trump wrote.

“If I were president, I would withdraw from the agreement and end it immediately.

But as it stands now, it is a disaster.

|_____________________________________________________”It is a terrible thing to lose a deal that the United States is helping negotiate and that is a tremendous deal,” Trump said. “

The president’s tweet came after he had a phone call with President Mike Pence, a White House official told reporters.

“This deal was a total disaster and has led to the death of billions of dollars in U.S. economic aid to Iran, and a loss of our influence in the Middle East and the region.””

The White House, which said Trump spoke to Pence about the deal during their call, said Pence was briefed on the matter during the call. “

This deal was a total disaster and has led to the death of billions of dollars in U.S. economic aid to Iran, and a loss of our influence in the Middle East and the region.”

The White House, which said Trump spoke to Pence about the deal during their call, said Pence was briefed on the matter during the call.

|___________________________|Trump’s Iran nuclear threat – April 24: |__________________________”I don´t believe he will be able and I don´s believe he can get the support of the American people to do this,” Trump told reporters on April 22.

I’m not going to be able. “

So I’m going to make that decision.

I’m not going to be able.

But I don`t believe that he will.”

_____Trump and Pence on Iran deal – April 22: |_____”If Iran gets a nuclear bomb, we will go in and bomb them right back,” Trump tweeted.

“They will not get a second chance.

The Iranians will be devastated.

Iran will be destroyed.

Iran is a failure.

We must never negotiate with a nation that threatens the very existence of the United Nations.” “

We must immediately end this deal and Iran must stop its pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability.

We must never negotiate with a nation that threatens the very existence of the United Nations.”

__________”He said it,” Pence told reporters, adding that Trump has a history of making statements that are “not in keeping with what the American voter wants to hear.”

___Trump says Iran deal ‘very bad deal’ – April 21: |___________”The Iranian deal is very bad deal,” the president tweeted.

___________________________________________________”I think it`s a horrible deal,” Pence said.

_____Pence defends Trump’s Iran deal tweet – April 20: |___________________________________”If I was president, and I was going to pull out, I do not think we would have pulled out,” Pence added.

_____________________Trump to VP Pence: ‘I want to help the American cause’ – March 29: |___________________Pence: ___________________________”This is a very important day for the American side and the American economy,” Pence declared.

“We are working together on a comprehensive plan to deliver economic and security benefits to the middle class, to ensure that we get back to work and get back in the fight to defend this country, and to protect American jobs and our economy.” “

__________________________President Trump’s statement on Iran nuclear agreement – March 27: _____”I am very proud of the deal that we reached with Iran,” Trump stated. “

We are working together on a comprehensive plan to deliver economic and security benefits to the middle class, to ensure that we get back to work and get back in the fight to defend this country, and to protect American jobs and our economy.”

__________________________President Trump’s statement on Iran nuclear agreement – March 27: _____”I am very proud of the deal that we reached with Iran,” Trump stated.

“It was very tough and difficult.

I think it is very, extremely bad. “

Iran will not be able or willing to be part of any deal that I would consider a bad deal.

I think it is very, extremely bad.

I was in the”

Now, the president and I talked about it.

I was in the

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