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WATCH: Trump delivers speech announcing Iran nuclear deal won't be recertified

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Friday, 13 October 2017 ()

WATCH: Trump delivers speech announcing Iran nuclear deal won't be recertifiedUS President Donald Trump has made the announcement in a speech that was much awaited by world powers, signaling a new phase in relations with Tehran.
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News video: Trump previews Iran nuclear speech: &quot;I think you're going to find it very interesting&quot;

Trump previews Iran nuclear speech: &quot;I think you're going to find it very interesting&quot; 01:14

Speaking at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, President Trump says his announcement later Friday on the Iran nuclear deal will be &quot;very interesting.&quot; Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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