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Just admit it Mr. Trump, you're wrong about the Iran nuclear deal

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With President Trump, one can never be sure what action he will take on a controversial issue until he takes it — as he himself famously said, “You want to be unpredictable.” But several reports suggest that, after twice certifying to Congress that Iran is in compliance with the international agreement...


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