Apr 20, 2017

Tillerson Says Iran Nuclear Deal A Failure, Leaves Open Possibility Of Upholding It

WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson declared the Iran nuclear deal a failure on Wednesday but left open the possibility the Trump administration will uphold it nonetheless. The top American diplomat sought to reinforce the notion that the U.S. is aggressively countering Iran’s destabilizing behavior throughout the Middle East, even though President Donald Trump so far has not...

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