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Trump moves to dismantle Iran nuclear deal

SBS Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
US President Donald Trump has called the Iran nuclear deal "one-sided" and says he will decertify it unless its flaws are fixed by congress and the US' allies.
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John Kerry is really unhappy with Trump's moves on the Iran nuclear deal. The former Secretary of State criticized President Donald Trump's decision to decertify the deal, saying Trump's moves would contribute to an "international crisis." It's a reckless abandonment of facts in favor of ego and...

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