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Trump denies sending Tehran a warning of retaliatory attack before calling it off

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Trump denies sending Tehran a warning of retaliatory attack before calling it off

Trump denies sending Tehran a warning of retaliatory attack before calling it off

According to a report by Reuters, on Sunday, President Donald Trump told NBC News that he did not send a message to Tehran warning Iran of a retaliatory attack, which he later called off.

Iranian sources reportedly said that Trump had warned Tehran via Oman that a US attack was imminent.

However, on NBC's Meet the Press program, Trump said, "I did not send that message.

Iā€™m not looking for war.

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