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Trump, Obama advisers say Russia, Iran remain threats to US

WorldNews Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Trump, Obama advisers say Russia, Iran remain threats to USABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Russia's challenge to NATO and democratic nations, as well as Iran's influence on the wider Middle East, remain two of the top threats to world peace, two former White House advisers to presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump said Tuesday. The comments by the two former Marine generals, ex-Trump chief of staff John Kelly and Obama national security adviser Jim Jones, mirrored those a day earlier by former Vice President Dick Cheney in Dubai. But on Tuesday, neither offered the same...
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