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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