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Trump administration's approach to Iran nuclear agreement is 'the best platform to fix the deal,' Tillerson says

L.A. Times Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
President Trump on Friday will propose amending the landmark international nuclear nonproliferation agreement with Iran to toughen restrictions on Tehran and impose new sanctions on the country’s powerful military.

Despite his campaign vow to “rip up” the 2015 deal with Iran and six major powers...
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News video: US officials defend Trump's stance on Iran nuclear deal

US officials defend Trump's stance on Iran nuclear deal 02:22

Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the United Nations who brushed off European criticism of the Trump administration's approach to the nuclear deal with Iran, was among a number of US officials who defended Trump's opposition to the deal.

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