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Trump meets with Swiss leader amid Iran tensions

USATODAY.com Thursday, 16 May 2019
President Donald Trump welcomed Swiss president Ueli Maurer to the White House Thursday, amid rising tensions with Iran. Asked by reporters if the U.S. is going to war with Tehran, Trump responded, "I hope not." (May 16)
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CNN reports President Donald Trump on Thursday will meet with the president of the Swiss government in order to try to establish a channel with which he can speak to Iranians as tensions between the country and the US heighten. The White House said in a statement Trump will meet with the President of...

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