President Trump signed a waiver Friday to uphold the terms of the Iran nuclear deal, setting a deadline of 120 days for European partners to overhaul the pact or else the U.S. will reimpose deal-breaking sanctions. Trump is reportedly pressuring signatories to make uranium enrichment restrictions on Iran permanent, to allow for the inspection of Iranian facilities, and to formally consider Iran's long-ranging missile program as part of its nuclear program. "This is the last time [Trump will] issue waivers [on sanctions] unless they reach an agreement," said top White House officials although "European partners were unanimous today in our determination to preserve the deal and tackle Iran's disruptive behavior," said British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday.

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