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Gen. Jack Keane: Trump sanctions 'crippling' Iran, trying to curb 'aggressive behavior'

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 18 June 2019
The Trump administration's Iran sanctions are hurting the country's economy and recent events are exposing Tehran's "strategy" to deal with the matter, Gen. Jack Keane claimed.
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