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Trump Orders, Then Calls Off Strike On Iran

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Trump Orders, Then Calls Off Strike On Iran

Trump Orders, Then Calls Off Strike On Iran

President trump *approved* military strikes against Iran overnight for shooting down an american drone -- then *suddenly* decided not to do it.

And this morning he explained his decision.

CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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