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Iran absolutely deserves access to US dollars

Kerry: Iran absolutely deserves access to US dollars 
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Iran deserves access to US dollars because Tehran has met its core obligations under the last year nuclear agreement.
In a televised interview on Tuesday, Kerry was asked about the recent effort by the Obama administration to give Iran limited access to the dollar currency.
Kerry said. “Iran deserves the benefits of the agreement they struck. And President Obama has said it, I’ve said it, [Treasury] Secretary [Jack] Lew has said it.”
Kerry also said the administration has worked “to make sure” banks that are now allowed to do legitimate, transactional business with Iran after the nuclear agreement are doing so.
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the Treasury Department is moving to give Iran limited access to US dollars as part of the post-nuclear deal sanctions relief through offshore dollar clearing houses so American banks would not be involved.
The clearing house, likely involving select foreign banks, would conduct the dollar transactions, instead shielding the US financial system from any direct contact with Iran.
Iran has complained that it has not yet received the full economic benefits it was promised under the nuclear accord struck last year between Iran and six world powers.
The nuclear deal, announced last summer, gave Iran economic sanctions relief in exchange for putting some limits on its nuclear activities.
I didn’t compare trump to Hitler, Sanders says
US Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders says he has never compared Republican candidate Donald Trump with Adolf Hitler, but he will do everything to stop Trump's hatemongering.
“No, I did not compare Trump to Hitler, but I will do everything that I can to stop this type of hatred and hate talk that we are hearing,” Sanders told ABC News on Sunday.
Trump, who has never held elected office, is leading the Republican race despite the fact that his campaign has been marked by controversial statements, including disparaging remarks about women, Mexican immigrants and Muslims.
Sanders whose campaign was boosted by landslide wins in Alaska, Washington and Hawaii, believes his recent string of victories shows he can not only win the Democratic nomination, but also triumph in the general presidential election against the Republican nominee.
According to a CNN/ORC survey last month, Sanders has a 20-point lead over Trump in a head-to-head contest. Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton held a 12-point lead over Trump in the same survey.
Sanders told ABC News that he thinks he is the strongest candidate to defeat Trump, adding Clinton is getting "very nervous."
"The last CNN poll had us up by 20 points. Here in Wisconsin, I was 19 points ahead of Trump, also a significant margin better than she is," he said.


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