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Trump administration officials brief Congress, say goal is to deter Iran

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Trump administration officials brief Congress, say goal is to deter IranTamping down communicate of struggle, most sensible Trump management officers advised Congress on Tuesday that contemporary movements via the U.S. deterred assaults on American forces. However some lawmakers remained deeply skeptical of the White Area manner within the Center East. After an afternoon of closed-door briefings on Capitol Hill, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and …
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