Wednesday, May 9, 2018
They were prepared to improve — or expand — the deal. They were, though, desperate for Mr. Trump to stay in the confounded compact, lest we irk the Iranians.
The Europeans expressed “regret and concern.” The ink was barely dry on Trump’s memorandum when The New York Times started carrying on about how there’s no “Plan B.”
That’s just what the Times did when Reagan — in a move that caught even his own staff flat-footed — stood up and walked out of Reykjavik. “What happens next?” the Times asked.