The report also indicates that Iran's disregard for the nuclear agreement and now their increased threatening behavior has nothing to do with the United States nixing the deal.
Over the weekend, Iranian proxy forces fired a rocket near the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. A week ago, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ordered all non-essential State Department personnel out of Iraq after Iran was seen loading missiles onto ships and positioning them toward U.S. targets.
For months, the Trump administration has been increasing economic pressure on Iran. Two weeks ago, the State Department announced it was eliminating waivers to countries still purchasing oil from the terrorist regime, subjecting them to sanctions.
Now, a new report in the Washington Post shows the pressure campaign is working and is suffocating Iran's largest terror organization Hezbollah. Before 9/11, Hezbollah was responsible for more American murders than any other terrorist organization.
Last week marked the one year anniversary of the United States officially pulling out of the fatally flawed Iran nuclear agreement, prompting the Obama-era echo chamber to accuse President Trump of taking America to the brink of war. This of course isn't the case. While Obama chose to appease Iran, sending them billions of dollars that went to terrorism, President Trump is doing the opposite and using the U.S. military as a deterrent.