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Kim Darroch leak: Trump scrapped Iran nuclear deal to spite Barack Obama

WorldNews Sunday, 14 July 2019
Kim Darroch leak: Trump scrapped Iran nuclear deal to spite Barack ObamaUS President Donald Trump's decision to abandon the Iran nuclear deal in 2018 was to spite his predecessor Barack Obama, according to a leaked memo written by the UK ambassador to the United States. Kim Darroch claimed that Trump was guilty of "diplomatic vandalism" and abandoned the Iran deal due to "personality reasons" and hostility with Obama, reported Daily Mail citing the cache of leaked documents. Darroch also said that the former UK foreign minister, Boris Johnson, had appealed to the Trump administration last year to reconsider backing out of the international nuclear deal with Iran. The...
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President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear pact to spite Barack Obama, according to Britain&apos;s Mail on Sunday, citing the former UK ambassador to Washington. Lucy Fielder reports.

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