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President Trump insists Iran is 'standing down' after attack

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President Trump insists Iran is 'standing down' after attack

President Trump insists Iran is 'standing down' after attack

President Trump insists that Iran is "standing down" after its missile strike on Iraq bases, some of which housing American troops.

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