New Ambassador Leak Claims Trump Cancelled Iran Deal To Spite Obama

President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran Deal to ‘spite’ Obama according to new leaks from the Mail on Sunday.

Memos to Downing Street described the move as “diplomatic vandalism” in the latest bombshell revelations.

The bizarre turn of events come after a row with Scotland Yard over press freedom.

The material has been published despite threats of arrest from the head of the Counter Terror Command.

Sir Kim resigned on Wednesday after what many saw as Boris Johnson’s refusal to back the wounded ambassador.

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The Mail reports that Sir Kim wrote a memo to then Foreign Secretary Johnson, saying: “The outcome illustrated the paradox of this White House: you got exceptional access, seeing everyone short of the president; but on the substance, the administration is set upon an act of diplomatic vandalism, seemingly for ideological and personality reasons – it was Obama’s deal.

“Moreover, they can’t articulate any ‘day-after’ strategy; and contacts with State Department this morning suggest no sort of plan for reaching out to partners and allies, whether in Europe or the region.”

The Mail On Sunday said: “The media must be free to publish such information, in the public interest, as long as it does not endanger lives or national security,” the spokesman said.

“Our readers across the globe now have important information about how Britain tried, but failed, to stop President Trump abandoning the Iran nuclear deal.

“What could be more in the public interest than a better understanding of how this position was reached, which may have serious consequences for world peace?”

In response to the latest leak, a Foreign Office spokesman said: ‘A police inquiry into the totally unacceptable leak of this sensitive material has begun. The perpetrator should face the consequences of their actions.

“It’s not news that the US and UK differ in how to ensure Iran is never able to acquire a nuclear weapon; but this does underline that we do not shy away from talking about our differences and working together.”

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