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UK's Boris Johnson welcomes replacing Obama-era Iran nuclear agreement with 'Trump deal'

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 14 January 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a televised interview Tuesday that he welcomed replacing the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal with a new agreement negotiated by President Trump.
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