Obama Admin Advising Global Banks on Ways to Give Iran Money

 

Reporter: Is Admin Exploiting Loopholes For Iran?

The Obama administration is now advising foreign banks on how to bypass existing U.S. sanctions when dealing with Iran, according to the State Department, which disclosed that officials are offering guidance on how to grant the Islamic Republic access to billions of dollars in frozen assets.

However, the administration would not comment when pressed by reporters on whether foreign banks would be permitted to conduct monetary transactions with Iran using American dollars. Continue reading

Miscalculation: Iran Gets Twice As Much In Sanctions Relief, State Department Blames Treasury Department

The White House has been claiming Iran, as part of the nuclear deal with the Obama administration, would only get access to $50 billion immediately but it turns out that number was off by a lot. Continue reading