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The Trump administration, already struggling with a big nuclear problem in North Korea, is about to raise another one by questioning the implementation of the nuclear agreement with Iran. A senior administration official said that U.S. President Donald Trump will share his concerns about Iranian compliance with global leaders gathering next week for the United Nations General Assembly. The official said Trump wants tighter inspection of Iranian facilities and a re-examination of the "sunset clause" that would allow Iran to resume aspects of its nuclear program in 10 to 15 years.Trump isn't proposing to reopen negotiations but instead threatening to scuttle the deal altogether if Iran doesn't offer concessions. Trump's apparent hope that Iran will offer unilateral concessions is questioned by Iran experts.Trump reviewed this approach with his advisers last Friday. He will make a final decision soon about Iran policies, including whether to recertify in October that Iran is complying with the nuclear agreement.
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