Trump Wants Iran Nuclear Deal Secrets Released

In one of President Donald Trump's first actions in office, the private files outlining hidden agreements in the Iran nuclear deal may be released. Sources say, senior officials who will be part of the Trump administration are already discussing what so-far-unseen information about the Iran agreement they will be able to make public after January. The release of these documents echo President Obama's early decision to release the legal justification approving the CIA's interrogation program during President George W. Bush's tenure, in the sense that the incoming administration wants to release potentially embarrassing documents in hopes of turning the page on the last administration's actions. There are many unclassified documents, in the case of the Iran nuclear deal, that have been held by the Obama administration in tightly-controlled security environments that effectively make it impossible for the public to see them.

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