State Department Spox: ‘There Are Sanctions that Are Inconsistent with the JCPOA’

‘There are sanctions that are consistent with the JCPOA’

EXCERPT:

REPORTER: "I’m not. I just want one example of a sanction, or set of sanctions, that you think was improperly or illegitimately or that the — that the Trump administration imposed with an ulterior motive of tying your — of tying this administration or any other administration’s hands in returning to the deal. Just one. Just one. I’m not asking for the whole set."

PRICE: "I would make — I would make the point that there are sanctions that are inconsistent with the JCPOA."

REPORTER: "And all I’m asking for is one example. There are —"

PRICE: "There are sanctions that are consistent with the JCPOA. And the point —"

REPORTER: "No, one example of what you think was duplicitously or disingenuously imposed."

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