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US President Donald Trump Urges Iran to Accept Nuclear Deal After "Failed" Negotiations by Obama

HNGN Saturday, 6 June 2020
US President Donald Trump Urges Iran to Accept Nuclear Deal After Failed Negotiations by ObamaPresident Donald Trump has urged the Iranian government to negotiate a new nuclear agreement. He says that the previous deal was "dangerous" and a "failure."
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