Secret Nuclear Files Unveiled

Secret Nuclear Files Unveiled

Prime Minister Netanyahu also intends to update the leaders of Great Britain and China forthwith.

Trump, however, declined to say whether the USA would pull out of the nuclear deal before a May 12 deadline for a decision.

Speaking at a Rose Garden press conference with the president of Nigeria, Trump said he will make a decision by May 12th, which could include working with Iran to make a new deal.

In his presentation, Netanyahu said Israel had obtained some 55,000 pages of documents and 183 CDs of secret information from an Iranian nuclear weapons program called "Project Amad".

MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell looked absolutely flabbergasted Monday night as she read the latest statement from the White House on Iran's nuclear capabilities, a statement she told viewers was essentially a flat-out lie that contradicts previously acknowledged American intelligence findings. 100,000 secret files prove it did. He said the files had been stored in a secret atomic archive in Tehran, where it was moved previous year, locked in massive safes.

If Prime Minister Netanyahu possesses evidence to the contrary, proving that Iran is violating the agreement, it is incumbent upon him to share this information with the IAEA. He also spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the findings.

Iran "continued to preserve and expand its nuclear weapons knowhow for future use".

His remarks followed a weekend meeting between Netanyahu and newly sworn-in U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

While the JCPOA provided Iran with sanctions relief as an incentive to abandon its nuclear weapons program, the signatories to the deal assumed it likely that Iran would attempt to cheat.

Trump has derided the 2015 agreement as "insane", partly because its restrictions on Iran's nuclear activities begin expiring in 2025.

Iranian nuclear negotiator and deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi. "I hope Trump comes to his senses and stays in the deal".

He noted that Trump was weighing whether to pull the US out of the nuclear deal, saying "I am sure he will do the right thing". The original materials, Netanyahu said, "are now in a very safe place".

Deputy Defense Minister Abbas Araghchi said, "Netanyahu's childish and ridiculous presentation was planned in the run up to Trump's announcement about the nuclear deal".

The argument seems to be "Yeah, we knew the Iranians were lying, and we made a deal with them anyway".

Speaking after Netanyahu's presentation, Trump told a White House news conference the nuclear deal was "a disgusting agreement for the United States". The oversight and inspection provisions of the Iran deal have clearly failed. Both presidents said publicly that Iran had a bomb project underway, and the United States mounted, with Israel, a vast covert program to undermine the Iranian effort with one of the world's most sophisticated cyberattacks.

Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif refuted claims on Twitter saying the evidence was a "rehash of old allegations" which had already been dealt with by the United Nations nuclear watchdog.