In other words, the last eight years has bought Iran enough time to make the course its on set in stone.
A Donald Trump presidency would be “constrained by realities” and could not seriously impact the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization said.
“I think whoever gets into the … office of the president in the United States will have to move according to the realities on the ground,” Ali Akbar Salehi told a panel discussion in Vienna on Sept. 28, according to Reuters.
“You can (use) many words, slogans, but then at the end of the day you are constrained by the realities. I don’t think (the nuclear deal would receive) any serious impact (from Trump). It may go a little bit up and down, it may delay certain things, but it will not seriously detract (from the deal).”
Trump has described the nuclear accord as “the worst deal ever negotiated”.
Full article: Trump poses no real threat to nuclear deal, Iran official claims (World Tribune)