New Promise in Obama’s Iran Deal Revealed… He Just Officially Surrendered the War on Terror
The visa waiver program is an agreement between the United States and nearly 40 other nations, mostly in western Europe, that allows individuals from participating countries to travel back and forth without first obtaining a travel visa.
The plan put forth by Congress would place restrictions and require a visa for individuals from those nations who had recently traveled to other countries not in the program and are hotbeds of radical Islamic terrorism, mostly in the Middle East, including the Islamic Republic of Iran.
However, the Obama administration has warned Congress that cracking down on potential terrorists could in fact violate the nuclear deal that President Barack Obama reached with Iran, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
Stephen Mull, a senior official with the State Department tasked with implementing the Iran deal, recently told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that its efforts at protecting America from terrorists “could have a very negative impact on the deal.”
His words echo those of several Iranian officials who have suggested that the congressional plan is little more than “harassment” and a violation of the nuclear agreement.