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Elizabeth Warren Says Trump 'Provoked' The Iran Crisis And Is Risking Another 'Forever War'

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Elizabeth Warren Says Trump 'Provoked' The Iran Crisis And Is Risking Another 'Forever War'

Elizabeth Warren Says Trump 'Provoked' The Iran Crisis And Is Risking Another 'Forever War'

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Elizabeth Warren said President Donald Trump is responsible for provoking the ongoing crisis with Iran.

The US Presidential candidate from Massachusetts warning that the US can't afford another "forever war." This came a day after Iran announced plans to violate the 2015 nuclear deal in the near future by increasing its uranium stockpile and ramping up enrichment of low-grade uranium.

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Elizabeth Warren Says Trump 'Provoked' The Iran Crisis And Is Risking Another 'Forever War'

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