Foreign media exposed Trump to blackmail the Iranian nuclear agreement investigation Obama team black material

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 Foreign media exposed Trump to blackmail the Iranian nuclear agreement investigation Obama team black material


American president Trumps aides hired an Israeli private intelligence agency to plan dirty activities on the Obama administrations key personnel assisting in the Iran nuclear agreement negotiations, British media said in May 7th. In May, some people in the Trump camp contacted private investigators in an attempt to dig Ben Rhodes and Colin Carle, a former vice president Bidens national security adviser, in May last year, with some people in the Trump camp. A part of the massive activity of the nuclear agreement. It is reported that this important news was disclosed in the days before Trumps decision to decide the fate of the Iran nuclear agreement in May 12th. Jack Straw, a former British Foreign Secretary, said: these are major and shocking charges, but they also reflect a desperate attempt by Trump and (Israeli Prime Minister) Netanyahu, rather than to blacken the agreement, to destroy the person who is helping to reach a deal. Some officials associated with the Trump team contacted the investigators a few days after Trump visited Tel Aviv a year ago, sources said. The idea is that people who work for Trump will blacken the people who play a key role in recommending this agreement, so that it will be easier to get out of the agreement, the person who has mastered the details of these dirty activities said, the idea is that people who work for Trump will be able to blacken the person who plays a key role in recommending this agreement. The documents show that the private intelligence agency has instructed investigators to dig into the personal life and political career of Rhodes and Carle, mainly to investigate whether they have any connection with the pro Iran lobbyists and whether to gain personal or political interests from the peace agreement. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841