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Iran Tells Trump He Would Regret Dropping Nuclear Deal

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On Monday, President Hassan Rouhani said Donald Trump will regret it if he pulls out of the nuclear deal with Iran, warning the U.S.

president that Tehran’s response would be stronger than he thinks. U.S.

sanctions that were lifted under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action of 2015 will resume unless Trump waives them again on May 12.

In a speech, Rouhani said “Iran will not violate the nuclear deal, but if the United States withdraws from the deal, they will surely regret it..

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