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Trump Denies Friction With Bolton & Pompeo Over Iran Policy

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Trump Denies Friction With Bolton & Pompeo Over Iran Policy

Trump Denies Friction With Bolton & Pompeo Over Iran Policy

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, US President Donald Trump denied friction with his foreign policy advisors on Iran, specifically giving statements of support to White House national security advisor John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

On Thursday, US officials reportedly said that Trump told his advisors that he did not want to go to war with Iran.

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Trump Denies Friction With Bolton & Pompeo Over Iran Policy

COMBINATION OF TWO PICTURES TAKEN ON JULY 22, 2018 BY CAROLYN CASTER, AND IRANIAN PRESIDENT HASSAN ROUHANI ON FEB.

6, 2018, TAKEN BY VAHID SALEMI A JUNE 7, 2018, FILE PHOTO MAY 22, 2018 FILE PHOTO




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