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C.I.A. Chief Warns Donald Trump Against Tearing Up Iran Nuclear Deal

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 30 November 2016
John Brennan told the BBC that canceling the accord would be “the height of folly” and could lead to a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.
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News video: State Dept. denies Obama "final push' in Iran Airbus deal

State Dept. denies Obama "final push' in Iran Airbus deal

The U.S. State Department says the granting of a license to Airbus for Iran plane sales is "not a final push" by the Obama administration, but part of Washington's obligations under the Iran nuclear deal, which President-elect Donald Trump has ridiculed in the past. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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