A decision by Trump to scrap the deal would probably give Iran's hard-line Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps an opportunity to regain power it lost during talks between the current Iranian leadership and major nations.
Washington's extension of the Iran Sanctions Act violates the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran says, as president-elect's transition team discusses new sanctions against Islamic Republic.
'Trump and the new administration need to be wary of Russian promises,' adds John Brennan.
The past eight years have been an aberration, as far as U.S.-Israel ties are concerned. Hopefully they will now get back on track.
An additional decade of sanctions would neglect the nuclear deal and 'the Islamist Republic would definitely react to it,' Iran's supreme leader says.
Sidelined after the nuclear deal, Iran's Revolutionary Guard sees Trump's victory and the war on ISIS as an opportunity to regain economic and political power.
As president, all that Donald Trump would have to do to pull out of Iran deal would be to stop waiving existing sanctions.
Netanyahu already has to tread carefully around Russian President Putin; now he'll have to do likewise with outlier Trump.
The regimes in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Syria all have good reason to be losing sleep as they monitor the polls.
Thousands of Iranians chanted 'Death to America' and 'Death to Israel,' while they burned U.S. and Israeli flags in celebration of the storming of U.S. Embassy in 1979.