LOWELL (Sputnik) — On July 14, Iran and a group of six international mediators — Russia, the United States, China, France and the United Kingdom plus Germany — hammered out a deal also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. The deal guarantees the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear activity in exchange for sanctions relief.
Under the agreement, Tehran agreed to reduce its stock of enriched uranium, decrease the number of centrifuges in the country and reconfigure the Arak heavy-water reactor, as well as refrain from any uranium enrichment at its Fordow facility.
"Be careful! We made Iran a real power. We gave $150 billion… And now they want more," Trump claimed. "We did not get any of our prisoners back, we did not get anything. We got nothing… We did not win anything," Trumps at a rally in Lowell, Massachusetts.
The republican front-runner believes, however, that Tehran has won from the deal a lot.
"They [Iran] get the deal. They get all of the things that they are getting. They'll be a nuclear power quickly. They are rich as hell…. But what else do they get that we never talked about. They get Iraq with the second largest oil reserves in the world."