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CIA boss John Brennan warns Trump it would be 'disastrous' to abandon the Iran deal and calls for him to stand up to Putin and Assad 

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CIA boss John Brennan warns Trump it would be 'disastrous' to abandon the Iran deal and calls for him to stand up to Putin and Assad Outgoing CIA boss John Brennan has warned president-elect Donald Trump against ditching the Iran nuclear deal describing the businessman's plan as 'the height of folly'.
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News video: CIA Chief Calls Trumps Plans For Iran Deal Disastrous

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In an interview that aired on the BBC Wednesday, CIA director John Brennan warned president-elect Donald Trump that scrapping the nuclear deal with Iran would be "the height of folly" and "disastrous." Brennan is the outgoing U.S. spy chief and during the interivew he cautioned that Russia should not...

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