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Clean Up, Aisle Twitter: Trump Tries to Walk Back Comment The U.S. Doesn’t Support Iran Protesters

Mediaite Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
Mixed messages much? Speaking during a bilateral meeting with France’s President Emmanuel Macron, President Donald Trump briefly weighed in on the protests in Iran. And he did so in a manner that starkly contradicts with the position his own State Department has taken for weeks. “Does the United States support these protestors in Iran?” A […]
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