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Trump says Iran is likely behind attack on Saudi oil plant

CBS News Tuesday, 17 September 2019
President Trump on Monday said Iran is most likely to blame for a series of airstrikes that crippled a major Saudi Arabian oil plant over the weekend. Damage from the attacks cut Saudi Arabia's oil production capacity in half and could cause global gas prices to skyrocket. Mr. Trump added that while he does not want to start a war with Tehran, the U.S. military is well prepared to respond if necessary. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN with more.
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News video: Tensions Escalate Between US, Iran

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Following this weekend's attack on Saudi oil fields, tensions between the US and Iran have escalated.

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